1943年，弗兰克·劳埃德·赖特（Frank Lloyd Wright）被任命为设计一座建筑物，以便为博物馆提供一个展示非客观绘画的地方。这个博物馆是由所罗门·R·古根海姆基金会于1993年建立的（Levine，2006）。本文将分析建筑物的图片。分析工作应结合建筑的技术和文化背景进行。
In the year 1943, Frank Lloyd Wright had been appointed for designing a building in order to provide a place to the museum that displayed paintings that were non objective. This museum had been established by the Foundation of Solomon R. Guggenheim in the year of 1993(Levine, 2006). This paper will be analysing a picture of the building. The analysis shall be done in consideration with the technological and cultural context of the building.
The reopening of the museum of Solomon R. Guggenheim for the public after restoring and expanding had been done by the year of 1992. This had resulted in making the project the most celebrated as well as crucially acclaimed works of the firm. The associates responsible for restoring and expanding the building for the museum of Solomon R. Guggenheim were identified as being subtly intervention. This had resulted in improving the capabilities of exhibition with respect to the museum without the detraction of the original design developed by Wright (Ballon, 2009). The grid pattern and simple facade of the tower had contributed in highlighting the different spiral design of Wright and has been serving as a backup towards the rise in the landscape of urban region behind the museum. The final project consisted of an area of 4,750 square meters that had been renovated and renewed with respect to the space of gallery. Apart from the areas of the gallery, 130 square metre of area had been kept for the new space of office.
The primary assessment of condition while architect restoration constituted of various perspectives and these perspectives clearly stated the connection present between technology and The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum by Frank Lloyd Wright. The technology of impact echo where waves of sound are sent within concreteness and by rebinding the measure for locating the gap present between the walls, technological context of the museum designed is evident (Levine, 2006). The museum was further helped by the natural surroundings because they not only helped in distracting the crowd towards the museum but also was able to get inspired from the external environment.