This Pritzker Prize-winning architect recently turned the Basque backwater of Bilbao into a household name with his miraculous, titanium-wrapped structure for the Guggenheim Museums most ambitious outpost. Gehry has been on the faculty at Harvard and Yale, and is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Mr. Gehry has been the subject of several exhibitions, including a recent retrospective at New Yorks Guggenheim Museum. For Knoll, he created the bentwood furniture collection in 1989. Inspired by the surprising strength of the apple crates he played on as a child, Frank Gehry created this thoroughly original collection of bentwood chairs and tables. The ribbon-like designs are enduring structures intersecting form with function.