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Gaudi

John Gill

Gaudi

by John Gill

  • 188 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Parragon Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History - General,
  • International Architecture - European,
  • Architecture

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8407297M
    ISBN 101405429763
    ISBN 109781405429764
    OCLC/WorldCa60364180

    Recommended. By Marina Linares. Art by Gaudi. Antoni Gaudí's amazing, unfinished towering architecture in Barcelona is unique and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Impressive forms, rich colors, and ingenious structural solutions create syntheses of natural inspiration and technical innovation, of styles both historic and contemporary, and of Gaudí's . A giant Basilica, probably Gaudí's greatest works and is the No.1 most visited attraction in Barcelona. A magical park with amazing buildings, sculptures, and tile work designed by Gaudí. You will also find Gaudí's old home in Park Güell which is now open to the public as a small museum. One of the most interesting and unusual houses in.

    This magnificent volume is a fitting monument to the Catalan architect, Antonio Gaudí. It is the only book on Gaudí that is fully commensurate with the dimensions of his greatness, and in its completeness and detail it simply supplants all previous accounts. All of Gaudí's projects are illustrated in photographs of buildings, sculptures, furnishings, and plans, including 60 full . Casa Batlló is the best example of the overwhelming creativity that Gaudí drew on when devising his was originally going to be a complete refurbishment of an apartment building located at number 43 on Passeig de Gràcia ended up converting into a masterpiece of universal architecture, as well as one of Barcelona's emblems. This book dedicated to Casa Batlló of .

      OUR TIP: If you can get the children up, go very early on the day or, even better, late in the evening, as the house gets quite crowded and the space is limited. After 7pm is a good time to enjoy it without the crowds (the closing time is 9pm). You will skip-the-lines if you pre-book the tickets online and also save the €4 surcharge for tickets bought on the : A Guide to Gaudí’s Barcelona for Kids If you’re planning a trip to Barcelona, chances are you’ve got a least a few of Gaudí’s most famous architectural works are on your must-see list. Because let’s face it: Antoni Gaudí = Barcelona. The landscape of the city is dominated by his work.


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Gaudi by John Gill Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a nice collection of Gaudi's writing is informative and the pictures, with the Gaudi book of a few pictures in the first part of the book (from the early days of photography) are bright and beautiful.

I wish there was a book that showed every square inch of all of Gaudi's projects but until then this will do nicely/5(59). The book is the only comprehensive biography (that I know of) about Antoni Gaudi, the famous Spanish architect who designed La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Unfortunately the book arrived damaged from a spill of some sort, Gaudi book or a light blue /5(31).

Gaudi book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Inspiring, visionary buildings by the great during the Industr /5. Gaudi by Pere Vivas (Photographer) published by Triangle books. The photos are necessary to fully understand the biography.

If you prefer only one book, make it the Pere Vivas book/5. Gaudi book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

The best visual guide to start learning about the artistic world of Antoni Ga 4/5. The book is available in English, French, German, and Spanish via Taschen. Gaudí. The Complete Works is a new book by Taschen examining the acclaimed architect’s work. Sagrada Familia (Photo: Alamy Stock Photo/John Kellerman) Spires of the Apostles’ Towers, Sagrada Familia (Photo: Christian Schallert/Jordi Garci).

Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of over 1, results for Books: "gaudi" Skip to main search results. Architect Antoni Gaudí was born in Catalonia on the Mediterranean coast of Spain on J He showed an early interest in architecture and went to Born:   Antonio Gaud&#; () is one of the best-known architects of the 20th century.

Even today, some 75 years after Gaud&#;'s death, his playful, exuberant buildings continue to influence architects, sculptors, and designers. Perhaps most identified with the dynamic, sculptural facades Brand: Abbeville Publishing Group. Gaudi book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Spanish architect and designer, Antoni Gaudi () was an important and influe /5(18). This book covers the best known buildings created by Gaudí, particularly Barcelona's unfinished Sagrada Família cathedral.

1 of. This book compiles all Gaudí's works, showing the evolution of the architect, one of the greatest exponents of Modernisme. Through this book published by Dosde, the reader will discover how Gaudí developed his style, dispensing with external influences in order to create works that were more and more original and which converted into icons of an incomparable artist.

out of 5 stars Antonio Gaudi: Master Architect (Tiny Folio) Reviewed in the United States on April 5, Verified Purchase. The book was very well presented and informative. It was extremely well wrapped and arrived much in advance of the advertised delivery date. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, and would strongly recommend it to anyone /5(16).

“From Barcelona to beyond, TASCHEN’s Gaudí. The Complete Works is a must-have for anyone who has ever admired the fanciful work of this Catalan great.” — “A beautifully assembled book, allowing the reader to access the dramatic spaces, textures, colours and moods of Gaudí’s work.” — Designing Ways, ry: Books > Architecture & Design.

The photos in this book are certainly worth the cost. Hundreds of gorgeously exposed, wonderfully composed images of Gaudi's work. The English text is a bit of a disappointment because it seems to be a rather stilted translation. The book designer unaccountably chose to print the text in red, which is both distracting and difficult to read/5(10).

Finding Gaudi in Barcelona: A Comprehensive Guide to Gaudi's Barcelona with over 20 Gaudí sites in Barcelona. Antoni Gaudí is the most famous architect of the Catalan Modernism movement, and there are a number of Gaudí sites in Barcelona Spain that you can visit.

Although Gaudí is best known for his masterpiece Sagrada Família as well as Casa. Gaudi has long been associated with a wealthy industrialist, Eusebi Güell.

A true friendship, mutual admiration and a flamboyant era in the country's economy gave birth to some of the architect's most beautiful works: Finca Güell (), the Güell Palace (), the Crypt of the Colonia Güell () and finally the Güell.

Beatification of Antoni Gaudi, the organization has decided to prepare a new edition of the book of its activities.

The first edition of the book appeared in Since then there have been new events that deserve mentioning in this new publication. I hope this edition helps many people know better the personalityFile Size: 1MB.

We inform that Casa Batlló uses cookies of third parties in order to obtain information of users accessing to the website. If you wish to get more information press here Accept. Antoni Gaudí was a Catalan architect whose distinctive style is characterized by freedom of form, voluptuous colour and texture, and organic unity.

The close integration between the construction, form, and decoration of Gaudí’s buildings reveals his interest in nature and his belief that the structure of a natural object informs its shape. Books Architecture & Design Gaudí Gaudí - image 1 Gaudí - image 2 Gaudí - image 3 Gaudí - image 4 Gaudí - image 5 Gaudí - image 6 Gaudí - image 7 God’s Architect.

Gaudí’s ravishing symbiosis between built environment and natural world. Main SR only Anker Gaudí. US$ Enter your email address here and we’ll update you on Category: Books > Architecture & Design.This book is a nice collection of Gaudi's writing is informative and the pictures, with the exception of a few pictures in the first part of the book (from the early days of photography) are bright and beautiful.

I wish there was a book that showed every square inch of all of Gaudi's projects but until then this will do nicely/5(93).After the fire that destroyed the Episcopal Palace of Astorga in Leon, the bishop Juan Bautista Grau decided to entrust the construction of the new palace to Antoni Gaudí.

The architect devised a building that is considered an architectural masterpiece, both for its design and its symbolic í designed a building that pays homage to the Middle Ages and the achievements of .