Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí, is famous for his pioneering use of colour, texture and movement, inspired by the natural world. After showing interest in architecture from a young age, Gaudí went on to study in Barcelona. Following his time at university, he designed a number of famous modernist buildings, many of which have now been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Through the exhibition, guests can embark on a journey through Gaudí’s greatest works, including Parc Güell, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà and the Sagrada Família. Featuring spirals, bright colours, and colossal, towering buildings, discover the architect’s limitless creativity and bold, timeless projects.
The start of the exhibition gives you the opportunity to contemplate the striking columns of Parc Güell, before moving onto the colourful facade of Casa Batlló, and the extravagant pinnacle of Gaudí’s work, the Sagrada Família. Discover the basilica’s four magnificent bell towers and watch as an interplay of lights, reflections and stained glass-windows transport you inside its walls, as day turns to night.
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