About Guggenheim Museum
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The Guggenheim Museum, in New York City, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It represents a radical departure from tradition museum design. The building spirals upward and outward in smooth coils of white concrete. The exhibition space of the interior consists of a spiral ramp six stories high with a dome of glass, which provides natural light.