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During the first day of our recent trip to Las Vegas, we embarked on a city bus tour. Despite the annoyingly repetitive warnings from the tour narrator to hop off at one of the popular stops, we remained in our seats fixated by the glimpse of life “off-strip”.
As the vessel careened around tight corners, we waited patiently for something of note on this excursion through downtown. We found it in the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
The center was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry. Operated by the Cleveland Clinic, the center focuses on the research, treatment, early detection, and prevention of Alzheimer’s and other diseases. It’s clear that Frank Gehry’s intention was to create a structure that is as unforgettable as its cause.