Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Model


Creating a new precedent for architecture with its spiraling organic form, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is New York City's most recognisable buildings.

Designed by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1959, the construction of the Guggenheim Museum tested the capabilities of building technology at the time.

Construct your own little piece of world architectural history with the Guggenheim Museum model. It is cut from thin sheets of timber and easy to construct. Finished size is 150W x 110D x 90mm H.

Designed and made in Brisbane, Australia

Product Details:

  • Dimensions:150W x 110D x 90mm H 
  • Materials: Queensland Birch Ply
  • Colour: Natural Ply
  • Delivery: Allow up to two weeks 
  • Requirements: PVC glue is required and not included