The Guggenheim Museum. Wow, this stunning piece of architecture was a wonder hidden among the skyscrapers and central park. What an exciting breath of fresh, modern air! The pieces in the museum were really wonderful to look at, but the building itself was the most impressive thing. The only art piece that could have challenged the architecture of the building was a single room with the walls layered with 100,000 one dollar bills. That was pretty amazing! But like I said, the building itself was the best art piece there! As we got off the bus and walked to the museum, out of the blue it was like BAM! There it is!! The spiral curves, the flowing nature of the outside surface, it was absolutely amazing, that’s all I can say! I was speechless at the sight of it! The interior was just as beautiful! The glass ceiling details and the large spiral walkway were both so delicately designed and seemed to look exactly as it was intended to look. To do that with any project is an accomplishment in and of itself, but I would go as far as to say that the design of this building was more than that, it was perfect.
Frank Lloyd Wright absolutely knew what he was doing with this building. Please let me know what you think of this building, as well!