Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum


Being one of the famous go to places when visiting New York, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is also another brilliant building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It is built right across the city hall to avoid the vast and busy city life of New York.


Wright suggested visitors to take the elevator up to the highest floor. This is because he designed a continuous spiral slope (nautilus shell) from the top to the bottom allowing the visitors walk downhill as they admire the exhibition in the building. the spiral slope. The nautilus shell is made such a way that even on a different floor but the  artwork on other floors are still visible.1

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