Gaudí worked with down sized 3D models before building, not blueprints.
Park-Güell is another project by Gaudi. It is a park built on the hill of El Carmel in Barcelona.
This is the El mas de la calderera, the house of childhood Gaudi. His home was located in Riudoms, Catalonia.
Gaudi was a Spanish architect. He was born 1852 and died 1926 at the age of 73.
One of Gaudi's most well known projects is the "Casa Mila". The house is created of stone and has curved lines in all aspects of it.
Even in his university years, Gaudi was working on big projects. This is a Cemetery gate he designed while at university.
Gaudi was part of the Modernist period. Which reached its peak in popularity during his time.
Gaudi was had 4 siblings, but only two made it to adulthood with him. He was known to be more reserved following his siblings deaths.
Gaudi was a Catholic and was sometimes called "Gods Architect" because of his deep beliefs.
Gaudi's architectural masterpiece was the Sagrada Familia. Construction began in 1882 and continues to this day.