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August 28, 2012

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mattmaldre

I'm only familiar with the exterior's of Gehry's work. How's he at handling interiors? I never hear anything about the interior of the Bilbao.

Richard Prouty

From what I understand--I've never been there--the interior of Bilbao is supposed to be pretty great, at least the lobby areas. I recall hearing the galleries weren't anything special, but that's probably to be expected.

The most controversial Gehry interior is a science building at MIT, which has an open-floor plan like the FB design. I've heard complaints that the MIT building is disorienting and, most of all, noisy and distracting.

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