Frank Gehry Net Worth

Frank Gehry Net Worth:
$100 Million
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Frank Gehry Net Worth: Frank Gehry is a Canadian-American architect who has a net worth of $100 million. Frank Gehry was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in February 1929. Many of Gehry's buildings have become world-renowned tourist attractions, including his private residence in Santa Monica, California. The 2010 World Architecture Survey found Gehry's works being some of the most important in contemporary architecture in the world and in the same year Vanity Fair named Frank "the most important architect of our age".

Some of Gehry's most well-known works include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Span, the MIT Ray and Maria Stata Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the Vontz Center for Molecular Studies at the University of Cincinnati, the Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington, the New World center in Miami Beach, Florida, the Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Vitra Design Museum and the museum MARTa Herford in Germany, the Dancing House in Prague, the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, 8 Spruce Street in New York City, and the Cinematheque francaise in Paris. He is the designer of the National Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial in Washington DC. Gehry has won an AIA Gold Medal, National Medal of Arts, Order of Canada, Pritzker Prize, and Praemium Imperiale.

Frank Gehry Net Worth

Frank Gehry

Net Worth:$100 Million
Date of Birth:Feb 28, 1929 (92 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Architect, Designer
Nationality:Canada
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