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Antoni Gaudí - Spanish Modernist Architect - Architecture - About.com
Born June 25, 1852, architect Antoni Gaudí became a leader of the Spanish Modernist movement. You may know him for the unfinished Sagrada Familia.
La Sagrada Familia by Antoni Gaudí - Gaudi's Unfinished Cathedral
La Sagrada Familia, or Holy Family Church, in Barcelona is Antoni Gaudi's most ambitious work, and construction is still ongoing.
Architecture of Antoni Gaudi - Gaudí's Great Buildings
The architecture of Antoni Gaudí has been called sensual, surreal, Gothic, and Modernist. Join us for a photo tour of Gaudi's greatest works.
Casa Botines - Casa Fernández y Andrés by Antoni Gaudi
One of only three Gaudí buildings outside of Catalonia, Casa Botines (or, Casa Fernández y Andrés) is located in León. This neo-gothic, granite building ...
Casa Vicens by Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona, Spain - Architecture
Casa Vicens was Antoni Gaudí's first major commission in the city of Barcelona. Combining Gothic and Mudéjar (or, Moorish) styles, Casa Vicens set the tone for ...
Casa Batllo by Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona, Spain - Architecture
Casa Batlló, decorated with colored glass fragments, ceramic circles, and mask- shaped balconies, is a favorite tourist destination for fans of Antoni Gaudí.
Guell Park - Parque Güell by Antoni Gaudi - Architecture - About.com
Parque Güell by Antoni Gaudi is surrounded by an undulating mosaic wall, and lots and lots of colorful tile.
Palau Güell - Guell Palace by Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona, Spain
Palau Güell, or Guell Palace, was the first of many commissions that Antoni Gaudí received from Eusebi Güell. Guell Palace only takes up 72 x 59 feet (22 x 18 ...
On the Gaudi Trail in Barcelona - Spain Travel - About.com
Easily Spain's most famous architect is Antoni Gaudi. Barcelona's international reputation wouldn't be the same without the work of Gaudi. Barcelona's most ...
Casa Calvet by Antoni Gaudí - Architecture - About.com
Yes, it's now a restaurant, so even the general public can experience Antoni Gaudi's less exuberant, more conservative design in Barcelona's Casa Calvet.