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nigelperkins March 01, 2017
Wow, is that a real building?
Capture-Life March 04, 2017
absolutely AMAZIN' , huh?! Jus WOW!! :):)
 
lpray3 March 01, 2017
Yes it is - the architect is Frank Gehry - he is so talented!
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chuckrickman March 03, 2017
What a fabulous design. Love it.
 
Capture-Life March 04, 2017
LOOVE this in black and white, my dear !!! WOW !! :):) I soo want to capture this building! Thanks for the history and info about it too !! :):)
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tongant March 05, 2017
This is incredible, and the fact that is used for mental health patients and their families is special, a wonderful photo!!
 
paulfrydlewicz March 06, 2017
I like the way u used clouds to emphasise the tension in the building.
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felicityfixsen March 06, 2017
This is amazing---my brain can hardly believe the architecture. As for the photo! Brilliant.
 
barbararybolt March 06, 2017
Great building against an interesting sky.
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murphey March 07, 2017
Wow totally Amazing !
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sue-zon March 14, 2017
Once again, you rock, Dude! ッ
 
Mirza_Cengic June 12, 2017
Amazing shot!!!
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Marylee8797 August 27, 2017
????
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Alwolfe September 10, 2017
Wow what a unique building!
 
aleclux October 24, 2017
amazing BW processing
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JM18Photography March 27, 2018
Congratulations!
 
karolinaka March 31, 2018
Awesome!
 
shelaghmcginness June 04, 2018
Amazing story behind this building. Love the B/w and spectacular clouds

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You can find the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health which was built in 2010 near Downtown Las Vegas. This incredible building was designed by the famous Arch...
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You can find the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health which was built in 2010 near Downtown Las Vegas. This incredible building was designed by the famous Architect Frank Gehry.

The Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health is committed to improving the lives of patients and their families as they navigate the extraordinary challenges of brain disorders. They treat patients with Alzheimer's, Huntington's and Parkinson's disease, as well as frontotemporal dementia, multiple sclerosis and multiple system atrophy. Having conducted more than 40 clinical trials, the center is among the largest Alzheimer’s clinical research programs in the country.

Gehry states "the objective was to have a building that builds feeling - that has an emotional response to the topic it is addressing for the people who are going to view it." His vision was to not have patients come into a blank wall - he wanted light, he wanted activity, and he wanted to see emotion.


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