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The Guggenheim in Bilbao: An overlook.

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Lina Lindqvist

on 27 November 2015

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Transcript of The Guggenheim in Bilbao: An overlook.

The Guggenheim in Bilbao: An overlook.
Social Impact
- Reduced industrial decline.
- Tourism created – from 100,000 before 1997 to average of 800,000.
- Urban area rejuvenated.
- Spin-off employment created- higher standard of living.
- Divided opinions. Too much influence of American culture? Loss of Basque culture?


Economic Impact
- Holistic plan for Bilbao
- 119,6 million vs. 228,3 million
- Risky?
- The Bilbao Effect
(168 million first five years & 27 million in taxation = 4000 jobs)
- Rare

Guggenheim in Ireland?
- Numerous cities have attempted to recreate ‘The Bilbao Effect’. e.g. Sheffield & Biloxi
- Entire city of Bilbao was revitalised – e.g. new subway system & reconstruction of the airport.
- Potential for Waterford City?
-Revitalization of entire city as Bilbao did is key for success
Introduction
- Iconic cultural and social hub for creativity
- Deconstructivism by Frank Gehry
- The Guggenheim Foundation
- Collect, preserve and interprets modern art, while exploring cross cultural ideas through innovative initiatives.
- Positive improvements VS. Criticism
- Our task


Los luchaderos
Conclusion
- The economic success story
- Risky initiatives
- Social effects
- Living standards
- McGuggenisation
- Our recommedation
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