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

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The campaign to make Barcelona's Sagrada Familia designer Antoni Gaudi a saint was launched more than 20 years ago, when a priest suggested to the Catalan architect, Jose Manuel Almuzara, that Gaudi would be a good candidate for beatification - a stepping stone on the way to sainthood.
Premium Italian brand Gaudi has launched its Holiday'14 line, comprising dresses and luxurious pieces for the upcoming festive season.
In January 2014 Gaudi opened its first Middle East store in Dubai's Festival City Mall, followed by the Dubai Mall and is now looking at rapid expansion across the region.
Yet Gaudi joined with Eric Gaidos of the University of Hawaii and Sara Seager of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to model whether such planets might harbor a liquid ocean that could support life, and whether they might be detectable from Earth.
Detail of St Peter's Boat, by Antoni Gaudi, stained-glass window for the restored Gothic cathedral in Palma, Majorca, completed in 1903.
LANCASTER - There were lonely classes and long trips for laboratory work, but Rebecca Gaudi and Richard Hecker are about to become the Antelope Valley's first "homegrown" engineers.
It's a city steeped in culture, utterly teeming with sophisticated shops, museums and markets, art galleries and that famous Antoni Gaudi architecture.
Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi is famous for his avant-garde designs in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including major works like the Sagrada Familia church, Park Guell, and Casa Batllo in Barcelona.
while a couple of miles away in the same city Gaudi did not need computers to create his famously organic Sagrada Familia church.
Also included, are some twenty framed bits of information about some works done around the world such as Spain's architecture by Gaudi or India's posters for their "Bollywood" films.
ICONOS (Icons), illuminates the mystery, excitement and lasting influence of two revered and controversial figures in Hispanic culture: the Virgin of Guadalupe and architect Antonio Gaudi.
Wherever you look, there are fantastic cathedrals, churches, parks and sculptures - and they're mostly the work of Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926).
Barbara Wilson has had the satisfaction of seeing her novel Gaudi Afternoon made into a new film starring Judy Davis and Juliette Lewis.
Barcelona is famed for its architecture, particularly the bizarre creations of Gaudi, including his unfinished Sagrada Familia.
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.