Frank Gehry Wiggle stool. Made of corrugated cardboard and hardboard to the edges. Labeled underneath, excellent condition. Frank Gehry is a visionary architect renowned for his ground-breaking designs that Challenge traditional notions of form and space. Born in Canada in 1929, Gehry’s distinctive style is characterized by the use of bold, curvaceous shapes and unconventional materials. His most iconic works include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Gehry’s buildings are often considered architectural masterpieces, captivating audiences with their dynamic and fluid compositions. He is celebrated for his ability to merge art and architecture seamlessly, creating structures that are both functional and visually stunning. Gehry’s innovative approach has earned him numerous accolades, including the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize. His enduring impact on the field continues to inspire and influence generations of architects worldwide.