The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim Museum in New York is one of the most significant architectural landmarks of the 20th century. A monument to modernism, the stacked cylindrical exterior of the Guggenheim resembles a white ribbon swirling up towards the sky. Inside, the nautilus-like shape of the space leads visitors via a continuous spiral ramp extending from the seamless ground floor upwards toward the domed skylight at the top of the building.
INSPIRATION: The Guggenheim Museum was originally conceived to be “a temple of spirit.” Sharing the Guggenheim’s harmonious fluidity of design, the Soho is a striking study in modernism: simplicity, function, and gorgeous aesthetic in perfect balance. Wider at the top than the bottom, the curved surfaces of the Soho’s exterior have an even more stunning effect on its interior, providing the bather with plenty of space for relaxation and reflection.
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