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In Palau Güell, Gaudí combined the typical square structure of Catalan medieval palazzos and exquisite wooden coffered ceilings with innovations such as the parabolic arch, which became a hallmark of his work.

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There are more than 60 parabolic arches in the loft area of La Casa Batlló

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Spacious landing with direct views towards the blue tiling of the building well. The windows in Casa Batlló, like the one of this picture, play a double role: the upper part being for illumination and the lower part for ventilation

Spacious landing with direct views towards the blue tiling of the building well. The windows in Casa Batlló, like the one of this picture, play a double role: the upper part being for illumination and the lower part for ventilation.

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On the Noble Floor of Casa Batlló, Antoni Gaudí included a huge gallery - to see and be seen - which projects several metres out over Passeig de Gràcia. He also inserted stone columns in the shape of bones.

100 anys de la Pedrera

100 anys de la Pedrera

BARCELONA - MODERNISM OF GAUDI: PALAU GÜELL ~ Ceiling in the great hall.

palau güell - view from the first floor to the roof

The roof of La Casa Batlló is decorated with four chimney stacks like the one of this picture – sinuous, stylised and polychromatic, in an endless flirtation with the heavens. Behind the aesthetic aspect, functionality is ever-present: the wind cannot obstruct smoke from escaping thanks to the chimney caps on the tops of the chimneys, which are tiled with the same trencadís glazed mosaics as the facade.

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Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) Casa Batlló Barcelona Spain 1904

There are five different tones of blue tiles used in the well of La Casa Batlló, inspired by the different shades of the sea

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Parc Güell by Antoni Gaudí.

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Casa Milà (La Pedrera) by Antoni Gaudí. Barcelona.

Casa Milà (La Pedrera) by Antoni Gaudí.

Rooftop Of La Pedrera Casa Milà better known as La Pedrera meaning the 'The Quarry', is a building designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and built during the years 1906–1912.. Photo Joanna Madloch

Rooftop Of La Pedrera Casa Milà better known as La Pedrera meaning the 'The Quarry', is a building designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and built during the years Photo Joanna Madloch

Casa Batlló is a masterpiece by Antoni Gaudí – unique, unusual and exceptional. Much more than just a building, it has become a legend of art, architecture and timeless universal design.

Casa Batlló is a masterpiece by Antoni Gaudí – unique, unusual and exceptional. Much more than just a building, it has become a legend of art, architecture and timeless universal design.

Gran Teatre del Liceu and Círculo del Liceo by Miquel Garriga i Roca and Josep Oriol Mestres in 1847. Refurbished between 1900 and 1903. Paintings by Ramón Casas. Address: La Rambla, 63.

Gran Teatre del Liceu and Círculo del Liceo by Miquel Garriga i Roca and Josep Oriol Mestres in 1847. Refurbished between 1900 and 1903. Paintings by Ramón Casas. Address: La Rambla, 63.

The stables of El Palau Güell, characterised by pillars with mushrooms-shaped capitals.

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Palau Mornau by Manuel Joaquim Raspall i Mayol. Built between the XVI and XVII centuries. Refurbished in 1908 and in 2012. Now it's opened as  Museo del Cannabis. Address: Ample, 35.

Palau Mornau by Manuel Joaquim Raspall i Mayol. Built between the XVI and XVII centuries. Refurbished in 1908 and in Now it's opened as Museo del Cannabis.

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