LAS VEGAS — Love it or leave it. Hate it, laugh at it or admire it. No matter what your feelings are about the Larry Ruvo Center for Brain Health in downtown Las Vegas, you have to admit it’s the most strange, wacky, outlandish, fantastic and bizarre-looking structure in all of Nevada. Resembling a building partially collapsed by an explosion, earthquake or other disaster, the $100 million Center designed by renowned California architect Frank Gehry “certainly is innovative, but it resembles a piece of crumpled tinfoil,” says one architectual and design expert who asked that her name not be used …
Nevada’s wackiest building
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