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Frank Gehry Says He Prefers a Fashionable Dictator to Democracy When it Comes to Creating Architecture

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Cleveland Clinic photo from Shutterstock When it comes to architecture, it doesn't get bigger than Frank Gehry - the man is world-renowned, and his buildings are as famous as he is. What he may not be, however, is a brilliant political mind. In a recent




 

 

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When it comes to architecture, it doesn’t get bigger than Frank Gehry – the man is world-renowned, and his buildings are as famous as he is. What he may not be, however, is a brilliant political mind. In a recent interview with Foreign Policy, Gehry weighed in on the merits of having a dictator over a democracy – the latter of which causes far too many ugly buildings.

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