Gehry Partners is a full service firm with broad international experience in academic, commercial, museum, performance, and residential projects. Frank Gehry established his practice in Los Angeles, California in 1962. The Gehry partnership was formed in 2002 and currently supports a staff of over 175 people. Gehry Partners employs a large number of senior architects who have extensive experience in the technical development of building systems and construction documents, and who are highly qualified in the management of complex projects.
Mr. Gehry's best known works include the titanium-covered Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, Dancing House in Prague, and his private residence in Santa Monica, California. The Joyce International Dance Center will be Gehry's first theater devoted to dance.
Every project undertaken by Gehry Partners is designed personally and directly by Frank Gehry. All of the resources of the firm and the extensive experience of the firm's partners are available to assist in the design effort and to carry this effort forward through technical development and construction administration. The partners in Gehry Partners, LLP are: Frank Gehry, Brian Aamoth, Terry Bell, John Bowers, Edwin Chan, Berta Gehry, Marc Salette, Tensho Takemori, Laurence Tighe, and Craig Webb.