Renowned architect create intricate lighting pieces.

Frank Gehry is best known for designing extraordinary buildings, including the Guggenheim Museum in Spain, MIT's Ray and Maria Stat Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the Vitra Design Museum. The award-winning architect's latest project is less grand in scale, but no less amazing.

Gehry revealed a series of intricate fish lamps, which are now on display at the Gagosian galleries in Paris and Beverly Hills. The lamp designs were first created between 1984 and 1986 using plastic laminate ColorCore. Gehry broke one of the laminate pieces, which shattered into a fish scale-like pattern.

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