15 Things You Didn't Know About the Guggenheim Museum

In 1953, when New York City's Department of Buildings questioned the safety of Frank Lloyd Wright's design, with its glass dome, slopping facade, and glass elevators, the New York Times came to the defense of the architect, saying, "Will New York continue to be rigid in its refusal to give [Wright] a chance to demonstrate his genius in our town?"


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