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Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Guggenheim Museum building in 1940ís. This building represents a radical departure from traditional museum design. The exhibition space consists of a spiral ramp that curves upward allowing the light to entrance through an open center area. Lack of separate floor levels realized Wright's ideal of a continuous space. The one of his most significant buildings in New York City was opened in 1959, after Wright's death.
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