Frank Owen Gehry was born on February 28, 1929, in Canada. He is an American Architect and designer. Since childhood, Gehry has been creative, and his grandmother, Leah Caplan, encouraged him with his grandmother. He built imaginary houses and futuristic cities on the living room floor at an early age.

1947, Frank Gehry’s family shifted to the United States and settled in California. He got a delivery truck driver job and pursued his studies at Los Angeles City College. Later, he graduated from the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California and was also a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi.

Frank Owen Gehry returned to Los Angeles and began his career working for Victor Gruen Associates. He had previously apprenticed at the firm as a student in 1952 and then worked in the Air Force. After enrolling in the Harvard Graduate School of Design to study city planning, Gehry returned to L.A. without completing the degree. He briefly joined Pereira and Luckman’s firm before returning to Victor Gruen to continue his work.

In 1957, when he was just 28 years old, he designed his first private residence with his friend and classmate Greg Walsh. Charlie Sockler, who lived across the street from his wife’s family, completed the construction. The “David Cabin” was built for Anita’s family neighbor, Melvin David, in Idyllwild, California.

His fantastic paintings know no bounds, and it’s always a great time to celebrate his contributions to structure. A.D. Has surveyed 33 of his most iconic systems worldwide.

The biography was adapted from Wikipedia.

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