A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

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Known for transforming Barcelona’s architectural landscape, Antoni Gaudí famously combined nature, materiality, religion, and influences of Orientalism into a widely recognized aesthetic that’s captured in a new book from Taschen. Throughout more than 350 pages, Gaudí: The Complete Works encompasses the Catalan architect’s projects from the Casa Batlló to his first house, Casa Vicens, to his most recognized creation, the Sagrada Família. It features new and historical photographs, the architect’s plans and drawings, and an appendix of each of his projects—including buildings, furniture, decor, and even unfinished pieces.

With words by art critic Rainer Zerbst, the book considers the effects of Gaudí’s unconventional designs. “Like a personal tour through Barcelona, we discover how the ‘Dante of architecture’ was a builder in the truest sense of the word, crafting extraordinary constructions out of minute and mesmerizing details, and transforming fantastical visions into realities on the city streets,” a note about the text said. Grab a copy for yourself from Taschen’s site.

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

A New Book Compiles an Expansive Collection of Gaudí’s Unorthodox Architectural Works

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