With the Guggenheim, Frank Lloyd Wright Built a Soaring and Intimate Sanctuary for Art

Past Tense Just before he died, the architect created a spiraling city square that elevates the work it houses. Frank Lloyd Wright inspecting construction of the museum's signature spiraling gallery. Sept. 6, 1957. Credit Credit Sam Falk/The New York Times Frank Lloyd Wright's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is still a shock on Fifth Avenue.