North side, Guggenheim Museum--page 4 (of 7 pages)

Frank Gehry
1997

Please note that these photographs were taken on two different days. The colored reflections on some of the buildings indicate that the installation Quantum field-x3 by the Japanese artist HiroYamagata was activated. This installation consisted of large holographic panels on which laser beams were projected.



Details of the north side

A shallow reflecting pool hugs the building. See below.
 
 
 

Terrace approached from inside

This north terrace is covered with a canopy supported by a single stone pillar and some intricate metal vaulting--a kind of gigantic umbrella.


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