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Sagrada Familia
 Piazza de la Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

  Architect by Antonio Gaudi on 1882 -1926, construction system was masonry of mediterranean and urban Expressionist style. Named 'Church of the holy family'. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992 & Changyong Shin on 2004.


Casa Batllo
 Passeig de Gracia 43

 Architect by Antonio Gaudi on 1905-07. Apartment building concrete of Expressionist or Art Nouveau style.Mighty pillars that appear to resemble the feet of some giant elephant are the first thing to meet the eye of the passerby from street level.The roof reminds him of a completely different animal: it is bordered by a jagged line similar to the backbone of a gigantic dinosaur.A facade extends between the two, including a number of small, elegantly curved balconies that seem to stick to the front of the house like birds' nests on the face of the cliff.The facade itself glitters in numerous colours, and small round plates that look like fish scales are let into it. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992 & Changyong Shin on 2004.


Antonio Gaudi's Furniture


 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.


Casa Milo or Mila
  Passeig de Gracia 92

Architect by Antonio Gaudi on 1905-10. Multifamily housing masonry & concrete of mediterranean urban,Art Nouveau style. Expressionistic, fantastic, organic forms in undulating facade and roof line. Jujol worked for Gaudi-Josep M.Jujol. Gaudi's Casa Mila is practically opposite Casa Batlló, meaning that the tremendous difference between the two buildings can be perceived at a glance.Jujol designed the sinuous wrought iron balustrades in the facade of this edifice, which is popularly called 'La Pedrera-The Quarry'.Jujol completed, in accordance with the master's design, the chimneys on the roof of this housing complex, which contains three patios. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992 & Changyong Shin on 2004.


Casa Amatller
Paseo de Gracia 41

 Built in 1898-1900, architect by Josep Puig. Photo by Changyong Shin on 2004.


Park Guell
Olit Catalonia Montana Pelada

 Architect by Antonio Gaudi on 1900-14. Park,sculpture garden,landscape and system was earth, plantings, and masonry of mediterranean. Style was Expressionist, commercially unsuccessful planned housing, given to the city as a permanent park in 1923. Built in 1914, designed on 1900 for bench in the parc-Jujol worked for Gaudi. Gaudí worked on this project from 1900-14. And this is where we find Jujol's best known work from the days of his collaboration with Gaudi. In 1911 he designed colorful ceramic 'wounds' at the voids left by the omission of columns in the forest of pillars below the large square. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.


Palau Guell
   Calle del Conde del Asalto 3-5

 Built in 1885-89, architect by Antonio Gaudi. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.


Casa Vicens
 Calle de las Carolinas


 Built in 1883-85, architect by Antonio Gaudi first work when he graduated university at 26 years old. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.


Casa Calvet
    Calle de Caspe

 Built in 1898-1900, architect by Antonio Gaudi. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.


Cast Walls

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.


Caixa Forum
    Placa d'Espanya

 The Social and Cultural Centre of 'La Caixa' Foundation, is housed in a former textile mill built in 1911 and designed by the modernista architect Puig I Cadafalch. It now hosts a wide variety of interesting cultural activities and exhibitions and also showcases an exhibition of works from the Foundation's contemporary art collection. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 6 November 2007.


Casa de les Punxes
    Aringuda Diagonal, Barcelona

 Architect by Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.