Gehry Talks

NPR's Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg talks to architect, Frank Gehry, about his award winning buildings and his efforts to create the appearance of motion in his designs. Gehry is the 1999 winner of the American Institute of Archtects Gold Medal Award. He talks about the importance of play in the creative process. He says it's one of the many lessons he learned from his grandmother in Toronto, who helped him build miniature cities when he was a boy. (8:21) The featured book is titled, Gehry Talks, and is published by Rizzoli.

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