Gehry goes Cubist

We associate Frank Gehry with swooping curves, do we not? Something of a surprise, then, to find the world’s favourite iconmeister – and of course the architect of this summer’s Serpentine Gallery pavilion in London – stacking and skewing rectilinear blocks instead.

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