Antonio Gaudi

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

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Staff on board are available to arrange trips to see the most famous works of Michelangelo or Antonio Gaudi, although some passengers will just enjoy people watching in the beautiful places visited.
It came at Barcelona's Pare Guell, where she encountered the work of Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi.
SEAT likes to think of itself as the Antonio Gaudi part of the VAG empire, a sort of stroll down the Ramblas in fashionable clothes.
WESTERN Mediterranean Discovery: Step aboard the Saga Rose and view the incredible art collections of the Vatican City, step back in time as you explore the ancient remains of Rome, and admire the unforgettable architecture or Antonio Gaudi in Barcelona.
Don't miss your chance to soak up the lively atmosphere with a stroll past the cafes and bars of Las Ramblas and the wild art of Antonio Gaudi at Parc Guell and at his awe-inspiring cathedral Sagrada Familia.
Frank Gehry * Emile Galle * Antonio Gaudi * Minoru Yamasaki * Joseph
The Guell chapel, designed by Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926) and completed in 1915, has been damaged severely by incompetent restoration.
Barcelona has a surprise on every street corner thanks to architect Antonio Gaudi - his influence is literally everywhere.
The cathedral took 400 years to build, and Antonio Gaudi was among the craftsmen
Not long after purchasing their home in Mann County, California, landscape designer Michelle Derviss and partner Liam O'Flaherty began planning an artful walkway inspired by the sculptural building style of Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi.
Wherever you look, there are cathedrals, churches, parks and sculptures - mostly the works of the eccentric and devout Antonio Gaudi.
With Gehry, the anti-aesthetic aesthetic, the intensely studied unpretentiousness, continues to be received as a vaguely defined architectural expressionism (sources like Hermann Finsterlin, Erich Mendelsohn, Hans Scharoun, and inevitably Antonio Gaudi and Frank Lloyd Wright are invoked) rather than the consciously evolved position that it is.
Spanish architect, sculptor, and artist Antonio Gaudi originally designed this unique park to be the garden area of a spectacular housing development.
To begin, we gathered resources and materials: slides of work by Frank Lloyd Wright, Antonio Gaudi and Buckminster Fuller; local forms of architecture; special features; architectural blueprints; shelter examples (castles, log cabins, schools, houses, apartment buildings, Native American tepees, Eskimo lodges, African huts; copies of simple interior/exterior blueprints; 12" x 18" white drawing paper; pencils and black magic markers.
The Gaudins: A Christmas Special," a 22-minute animated special that will use designs inspired by the famed Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi, is currently being produced by Phil Roman Entertainment Inc.
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