“Organic” is the first word that comes to mind when describing Gehry’s work. Not organic in the sense of raw materials, but organic in relation to nature’s constant movement. A Gehry building relates to me in the same way as does a mountain or waterfall, generally resulting in a sense of beauty and awe. With the exception of Santiago Calatrava, Frank Gehry is one of the few designers of our generation to push architecture aesthetically forward. Granted, many may be able to create an alluring asymmetrical façade, but few can do it with such grace as Gehry does while maintaining the functionality of interior space. If you will; form follows function with a twist of lime, shaken not stirred.