Antonio Gaudi

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Spanish architect who was a leading exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926)

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Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech i Montaner which have been designated UNESCO world heritage sites.
It creates pop-up paper photographic constructions of seven buildings or objects designed by architect Antoni Gaudi, from a bench to the facade of the Sagrada Familia cathedral.
Home to car factories and banks and the birthplace of surrealist painter Salvador Dali and architect Antoni Gaudi, the region also has one of the world's most successful football clubs, FC Barcelona.
Summary: A Brazillian slum artist decorated his home in the style of Antoni Gaudi.
Also dotted throughout the city are the beautiful and fairytale-like masterpieces of architect Antoni Gaudi.
Sandie Lucas, chairwoman of the association's grants program, and alumna Mary Rose Casey presented certificates to those who proposed the winning projects, which had the following titles: American Food Crisis Senior Exhibition, Antoni Gaudi Society Foreign Language Movie Night, Chemistry Club, ConKerr Cancer and Hearts For Heroes, Dumbledore's Army Harry Potter Fan Club, How Does Your Garden Grow?
Famed architect Antoni Gaudi died in 1926 and construction has slowly continued ever since, funded only by visitor admission fees and donations.
The original architect, Antoni Gaudi, envisaged 18 towers to represent key figures in Christianity.
With varying inspirations from symbolist painter Gustav Klimt to Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, Agarwal's collection of versatile dresses, that can go from day to night, are both edgy and imaginative.
Steeped in heritage, the winery was designed by a disciple of Barcelona's famous architect Antoni Gaudi.
It is the creation of Antoni Gaudi, the architect of the fantastic.
Detail of St Peter's Boat, by Antoni Gaudi, stained-glass window for the restored Gothic cathedral in Palma, Majorca, completed in 1903.
Barcelona is home to Antoni Gaudi whose outrageous style of architecture has become a trademark of the city.
This is the case of the Casa Batllo, an ordinary 19thcentury four-story building that was redesigned by the architect Antoni Gaudi at the beginning of the twentieth century.