Frank Gehry


Frank Gehry takes a cue from RxArt with his boundary-pushing design for The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, an Alzheimer’s center in Las Vegas that’s one of the nation’s leading institutions for research on degenerative brain diseases.

In true Gehry form, the building’s curvatures create a space that’s more “Fantasia” than “facility.” But perhaps even more impressive is the fact that the architecture also alludes to the hemispheres of the brain: the north and south wings of the clinic represent the rational and creative parts of our mind respectively.

One small step for Mr. Gehry’s prolific portfolio, one huge step for the future of healthcare design.

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