The primary assessment of condition while architect restoration constituted of various perspectives and these perspectives clearly stated the connection present between technology and The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum by Frank Lloyd Wright. The technology of impact echo where waves of sound are sent within concreteness and by rebinding the measure for locating the gap present between the walls, technological context of the museum designed is evident (Levine, 2006). The museum was further helped by the natural surroundings because they not only helped in distracting the crowd towards the museum but also was able to get inspired from the external environment.From this perspective, the technological perspective of the museum consists in attempts of Wright being made for rendering the plasticity inherent within the forms of organic nature within architecture. The inversion of this approach within the museum framework was ziggurat in nature dispensing the approach which is conventional towards the design of the museum. This allowed the museum to have more and more visitors be attracted to it along with making the visitors be connected by series of room that could engage the visitors for a longer time. Furthermore, the major impact of technological perspective has been on independent spiral designs constituted within the museum (Vail, 2009). The design had considerable technological perceptions associated with it and without any doubt these perceptions helped the museum to develop into enthusiastically energetic for the visitors of the museum. The structure has been build on a string of shoe and the campus comprises of large collections of on-site works across the globe.