Frank Gehry, a Canadian-American prize-winning architect just finished a project, the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas and wanted to create something unique. Well, he succeded. That is how design should be implemented into healthcare. The different forms have meaning regarding memory and other brain functions. It must be a pleasure working there.
While Gehry’s design incites varied reactions from observers, the one consistent response is a desire to come inside its walls and learn more. In this respect, the building is an unwavering marketing tool, driving awareness to the work conducted by those inside.”
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