As he tells the story, Alan Heller presented an idea to architect Frank Gehry, who is known for his twisting, unconventionally shaped buildings. â€œWe can take your architecture and turn it into furniture,â€ Heller said. â€œNo one has ever done that before.â€ The architect loved the idea, and the Frank Gehry Left Twist Cube (2004) was born. Heller produced it in a â€œGehry bouquetâ€ of colors inspired by the architectâ€™s flower sculpture for French artist Sophie Calle. The colors had the unexpected effect, Gehry says, of inspiring his firm to â€œput more color into our architecture.â€ The cube can be used as a stool, bedside table, end table, shower bench, ottoman or coffee table, adding a bit of playful Gehry architecture to just about any room in the house. Made of rotational-molded polyethylene, the cube is extremely resistant to breakage and weatherproof. Suitable for residential or commercial use indoors and out. Made in U.S.A. Silver Frank Gehry: Frank Gehry Left Twist Cube.