Twisting, sweeping, sculptural - all terms that describe the designs created by Frank Gehry, an American legend in the field of architecture. Gehry is well-known for his iconic, biomorphic building exteriors, including the Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington. His most famous work, however, is the Guggenheim Museum’s branch in Bilbao, Spain, a towering titanium structure that perches in the landscape like a giant sculpture.