People mostly used Mercedes Benz for a long rout but this time I prefer train instead of using my own Mercedez car. I wanted to explore the architect’s designs by different artist and I actually don’t know that exact route of those beautiful areas. The Long route on the train go through from New York City to Morris County, N.J. It then go through the dreary industrial swamp of the Meadowlands, runs past the solid caves of Newark and edges with verdant school towns, before at long last closure in Morristown, the county seat, a Revolutionary War fortress and the previous site of the inquisitively named Fort Nonsense, now an unexceptional town brimming bulky rural houses. The 30 minutes route from Morristown is Chester, a little, rural group of the horse farm, where groups of deer stroll down narrow streets and moving hills linger dimly in the far-off horizon.
Cai is known as ‘‘outdoor explosion events,’’ globally installations in which the way is gunpowder. Gehry shoulders the burdensome mantle is the most popular architect.
Chester, I which Cai bumble upon while seeing specifically for ‘‘a huge horse barn where I could create artworks,’’ is a global destination. But, after seeing his house, the question arises that how a popular artist builds a place to work and live for another. Contemporary art and architecture are seemed contiguous, at least when he era divided various practices which include painting, sculpture, and design. Richard Serra once noted, ‘‘Frank and I have been talking to each other through our work for years.’’
A popular critique of Gehry’s work, Cai accepted that his buildings are mere spectacles and impractical but the artist contradicts his views and describing the architect as ‘‘very conscientious.’’