It is impossible to miss the curving and sinuous structure located in Paris's 16th arrondissement, which has the bearing of a ship built of glass, a building in motion, continually slipping and flowing. This iconic building is the Fondation Louis Vuitton; the museum and cultural centre designed by modern architecture's greatest transformer of shapes, Frank Gehry—the Pritzker prize-winning designer whose iconic buildings such as the Bilbao Museum, the Guggenheim, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall have earned him the status of a household name. In this interview (hosted by filmmaker Emile Rafael & presented by NOWNESS), Mr. Gehry speaks about his design philosophy & inspiration, his passion for breaking the norm by rethinking the concept of form, shape & space, and his love for art in all its guises, including how architecture is often overlooked as an art form in itself. The interview is translated in Bengali by architecture graduate Mahin Haque.