During 2009 the Guggenheim Museum celebrated its 50th anniversary. The museum commissioned nearly 200 artists, architects and designers to imagine their dream interventions on the most significative space of Frank Lloyd Wright’s building, the central void.
As promised, more projects for the Guggenheim’s Contemplating the Void.
This time we feature Iwamoto Scott‘s proposal.
LIGHTCONE uses fiber-optic lines to turn the void into a light channel with different purposes: