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a year in Barcelona. Gaudi interiors also reminded me of childhood books and childhood dreams of being an architect

Casa Batlló - arches on the top floor :: Catenary arches on the top floor of Casa Batlló - a building designed by Gaudí in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Spain. . . The local name for the building is Casa dels ossos (House of Bones), and indeed it does have a visceral, skeletal organic quality. It was originally designed for a middle-class family and situated in a prosperous district of Barcelona.

A classical confusion: despite at the top of this building there is a HUGE "Gaudi" sign, the building has nothing to do with him, but inside the museum they have a couple of rooms where you can learn about his Cripta Güell...

Gaudi... Work began in 1882 and should be completed in 2026 .. this is the crossing and dome of the Sagrada Família basilica, Barcelona, Catalonia.

he interior is just as alive as it appears from the street; the knobbly spine lines the staircase through flowing wall forms of scale-like surfaces. The winding and twisting exhibited in the decorative features of doors, frames, peepholes, moldings and screens are all interpretations of the natural forms that inspired Gaudí’s art nouveau style.

Amazing Gaudi Architecture by CK-EyeWays, via Flickr ---- "This is the window and balcony of a townhouse that is still lived in in downtown Barcelona."

It looks like gumdrops! Reminds me of Hansel & Gretel. Gaudí, Park Güell, #Barcelona

Casa Vicens. Antoni Gaudi. 1883 - 1885. Barcelona

Casa Batlló, Antoni Gaudi It's even better from inside :)

Casa Comalat, del arquitecto Salvador Valeri i Pupurull (1873-1954).