Frank Gehry’s Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas carries a powerful message: great architecture can be humanistic, daring, economically feasible, sustainable and historically literate, all at the same time. The design is joyful and exuberant. Its concept is a metaphor of brain lateralization, the “logical” and the “creative” halves. The Life Activity Centers, partially supported by stylized trees of square trunks and angular branches, is a breathtaking and uplifting space.
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