The Guggenheim Museum

 

Andrea Tonazzini

04.11.15

The Guggenheim Museum is the work that best describes the life path of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright. One of the most influential figures of the twentieth century whose life wasn't linear and simple. Born into the nature, through the relationships with the context, to the journeys and experiences, to the numerous falls and new beginnings.

Graphic design of the guggenheim museum, frank lloyd wright

It's the laboratory the place where we work and study. Here, observing and reflecting, we do practice. It's the storehouse in which collect the imprinted signs along the way.

Graphic design of the Guggenheim Museum - ©andreatonazzini / June 2012

External rendering of the Guggenheim Museum

External rendering of the Guggenheim Museum - ©andreatonazzini / June 2012

External rendering of the Guggenheim Museum

External rendering of the Guggenheim Museum - ©andreatonazzini / June 2012

External rendering of the Guggenheim Museum

External rendering of the Guggenheim Museum - ©andreatonazzini / June 2012

Internal rendering of the Guggenheim Museum

Internal rendering of the Guggenheim Museum - ©andreatonazzini / June 2012

"The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen." Frank Lloys Wright

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