There’s more to Las Vegas than slot machines and blackjack tables. For a truly inspiration experience visit the Lou Ruvo Centre for Brain Health designed by famed architect Frank Gehry. Architect Frank Gehry says he wanted a swirling stainless steel structure he designed for Las Vegas to be unique – to stand out from what he called “the cacophony” of high-rise casinos and condos forming the spine of Sin City’s sprawl.
“You deliver a unique building that creates a sense of pride, that works, that keeps the rain out, is uplifting, and makes you happy to go to work and live in,” he told The Associated Press during an interview and walk around the building.”It’s not just blah, blah, blah, bland,” he said. “It contributes to the city. If you deliver that – and by the way the rest of the world is interested in it – it can create value and become an economic engine for the community.”
Your best work is your expression of yourself. Now, you may not be the greatest at it, but when you do it, you’re the only expert.
— FRANK GEHRY