|Main entrance to Guggenheim Museum|
'Puppy' is a 13m high West Highland White designed by the artist Jeff Koons. It is made from a steel structure and is covered with clay and flowers which are changed seasonally. It was first built in 1992 for an exhibition in Germany before it was acquired by the Guggenheim Foundation and moved to stand guard over the entrance to the museum in 1997 and where it has remained ever since. 'Puppy' is delightful to see and has become a symbol of the city.
Wouldn't this be a great view to have every day either from your apartment window or on your way to work? And for all the film buffs, the white building on the right is where James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) escaped from in the film The World Is Not Enough!