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AD Classics: AD Classics: Casa Batlló / Antoni Gaudí, via Wikipedia in one of his most poetic and artistic designs for a building, Casa Batlló. Casa Batlló is located at number 43 on Paseo de Gracia, a street that, in the past, connected the city to Villa de Gracia, which today is a fully integrated district of. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru de Interés Cultural (); part of World Heritage Site (​, Works of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló) See also category: Casa Batlló.

Retrieved 3 August The Guardian. Retrieved 21 April The Times UK. Retrieved 20 April Retrieved 19 January Yale University Press. Manchester University Press. La recerca de la forma.

Barcelona, Spain: Lunwerg Editors. Antoni Gaudi. In Encyclopedia of Interior Design p. Uncommon Culture. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house. In , the family opened the house to the public and presented this architectural gem to the world, offering the use of the building for events.

Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents. It is also one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors every year. The dramatic humpback mound "is clad on one side by armour plating resembling an armadillo's, while on the other side it is covered with trancedis fragments producing a subtle white-into-orange sheen.

The spine is dotted with bulbous green and blue vertebrae, suggesting that these might be organisms in themselves, while the flowing lines where roof meets facade are edged with other armatures of saurian bone and joint. The creaturesque resemblance is made strikingly apparent at night, when the facade glows and haunts with it's bone-like skeletal structures and dramatic shadows.

There are embedded and semi-concealed religious images and texts planted in the upper levels of the building, as well as in the small details around the facade. Gill suggests that the goal was to point out that "religion can embrace humour, fantasy and the absurd. One of the most intriguing aspects of these chimneys are their degree angle departure from the roof before they become vertical.

As an artist and believer in an all-encompassing design, it is unsurprising that the intensity of detail and materiality is not left to the exterior alone. The interior is perhaps even more detailed and designed, a continuation of the sinuous flowing walls and edges as well as color manipulation and incredible varying of the scale.

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The Confidant from Casa Batlló, also known as the Double Sofa or Banc de dues places (Two-seater bench), is a. Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the. Casa Batlló is a building in the center of Barcelona. It was designed by Antoni Gaudí, and is considered one of his masterpieces. A remodel of a previously built​.

Some even see elements that herald the architectural trends of the late 20th Century. Therefore, this specific period was known as The Bone of Contention. The Bone of Contention. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr. In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design.

The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts. The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies. The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks.

This room is currently empty. The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations. The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye.

It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. There is a second bulb-shaped structure similarly reminiscent of a thalamus flower, which is represented by a cross with arms that are actually buds announcing the next flowering. The bulb was broken when it was delivered, perhaps during transportation. Two iron arms were installed here to support a pulley to raise and lower furniture. The design is complemented by joinery windows set with multicolored stained glass.

The structure repeats on the first floor and in the design of two windows at the ends forming galleries, but on the large central window there are two balconies as described above. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Catalan. April Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the Catalan article. Machine translation like DeepL or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality.

If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. The front facade reveals striking textures, colors, and imagery that work together to conjure thoughts of fairytales and phantasmal dreams. The larger sculptural pieces that create the boundaries of the balconies and that frame the entrance resemble bones, suggesting a septum, eyebrows or clavicles, which keep to the anthropomorphic tone.

The dramatic humpback mound "is clad on one side by armour plating resembling an armadillo's, while on the other side it is covered with trancedis fragments producing a subtle white-into-orange sheen.

The spine is dotted with bulbous green and blue vertebrae, suggesting that these might be organisms in themselves, while the flowing lines where roof meets facade are edged with other armatures of saurian bone and joint. The creaturesque resemblance is made strikingly apparent at night, when the facade glows and haunts with it's bone-like skeletal structures and dramatic shadows. There are embedded and semi-concealed religious images and texts planted in the upper levels of the building, as well as in the small details around the facade.

Gill suggests that the goal was to point out that "religion can embrace humour, fantasy and the absurd. One of the most intriguing aspects of these chimneys are their degree angle departure from the roof before they become vertical.

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albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru de Interés Cultural (); part of World Heritage Site (​, Works of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló) See also category: Casa Batlló. Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the. Facade of the Casa Batllo by Gaudi in Barcelona. Photo about details, architecture, casa, spanish, famous, symbol, columns, facade, batllo, house, gaudi.

Besides its artistic value, the building is also extremely functional, much more characteristic of modern times than of the past. Some even see elements that herald the architectural trends of the late 20th Century. Therefore, this specific period was known as The Bone of Contention. The Bone of Contention. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

In , the family opened the house to the public and presented this architectural gem to the world, offering the use of the building for events. The noble floor is larger than seven-hundred square meters. It is the main floor of the building.

The noble floor is accessed through a private entrance hall that utilizes skylights resembling tortoise shells and vaulted walls in curving shapes. On the noble floor, there is a spacious landing with direct views to the blue tiling of the building well. On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr. In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design.

The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts. The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies. The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks.

This room is currently empty. The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations.

The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye. It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. There is a second bulb-shaped structure similarly reminiscent of a thalamus flower, which is represented by a cross with arms that are actually buds announcing the next flowering. The bulb was broken when it was delivered, perhaps during transportation. Two iron arms were installed here to support a pulley to raise and lower furniture.

The design is complemented by joinery windows set with multicolored stained glass. The structure repeats on the first floor and in the design of two windows at the ends forming galleries, but on the large central window there are two balconies as described above. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Catalan.

April Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the Catalan article. Machine translation like DeepL or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.

Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article.

You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary accompanying your translation by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation. For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in French. June Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the French article.

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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Facade of the Casa Batllo by Gaudi in Barcelona. Photo about details, architecture, casa, spanish, famous, symbol, columns, facade, batllo, house, gaudi. Casa Batlló supports Wiki Loves Monuments Antoni Gaudí's modernist gem is taking part by awarding a Special Prize for this contest. Casa Batlló is located at number 43 on Paseo de Gracia, a street that, in the past, connected the city to Villa de Gracia, which today is a fully integrated district of.

After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

In , the family opened the house to the public and presented this architectural gem to the world, offering the use of the building for events. Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents.

It is also one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors every year. In , the first refurbishment occurred mainly in several of the interior rooms of the house. More than 2, square meters of rooms within the building were rented out for many different functions. The ground floor, in particular, is rather astonishing with tracery, irregular oval windows and flowing sculpted stone work.

It seems that the goal of the designer was to avoid straight lines completely. The loft is considered to be one of the most unusual spaces. It was formerly a service area for the tenants of the different apartments in the building which contained laundry rooms and storage areas.

It is known for its simplicity of shapes and its Mediterranean influence through the use of white on the walls. It contains a series of sixty catenary arches that creates a space which represents the ribcage of an animal.

The noble floor is larger than seven-hundred square meters. It is the main floor of the building. The noble floor is accessed through a private entrance hall that utilizes skylights resembling tortoise shells and vaulted walls in curving shapes.

On the noble floor, there is a spacious landing with direct views to the blue tiling of the building well. On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr.

In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design. The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts. The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies.

The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks. This room is currently empty. The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations. The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye.

It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users. About Contact Submit Advertise. Change country. Log out. Barcelona, Spain. Share Share Facebook. About this office. Product Concrete.

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Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the. Facade of the Casa Batllo by Gaudi in Barcelona. Photo about details, architecture, casa, spanish, famous, symbol, columns, facade, batllo, house, gaudi. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru de Interés Cultural (); part of World Heritage Site (​, Works of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló) See also category: Casa Batlló.

It is the main floor of the building. The noble floor is accessed through a private entrance hall that utilizes skylights resembling tortoise shells and vaulted walls in curving shapes. On the noble floor, there is a spacious landing with direct views to the blue tiling of the building well. On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr.

In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design.

The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts. The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies. The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks.

This room is currently empty. The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations. The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye.

It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. There is a second bulb-shaped structure similarly reminiscent of a thalamus flower, which is represented by a cross with arms that are actually buds announcing the next flowering. The bulb was broken when it was delivered, perhaps during transportation. Two iron arms were installed here to support a pulley to raise and lower furniture. The design is complemented by joinery windows set with multicolored stained glass. The structure repeats on the first floor and in the design of two windows at the ends forming galleries, but on the large central window there are two balconies as described above.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Catalan. April Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the Catalan article.

Machine translation like DeepL or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary accompanying your translation by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation.

For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in French. June Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the French article. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

The interior is just as alive as it appears from the street; the knobbly spine lines the staircase through flowing wall forms of scale-like surfaces. You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users. About Contact Submit Advertise.

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Casa Batlló is located at number 43 on Paseo de Gracia, a street that, in the past, connected the city to Villa de Gracia, which today is a fully integrated district of. Facade of the Casa Batllo by Gaudi in Barcelona. Photo about details, architecture, casa, spanish, famous, symbol, columns, facade, batllo, house, gaudi. Casa Batlló is a building in the center of Barcelona. It was designed by Antoni Gaudí, and is considered one of his masterpieces. A remodel of a previously built​.

The ground floor, in particular, is rather astonishing with tracery, irregular oval windows and flowing sculpted stone work. It seems that the goal of the designer was to avoid straight lines completely. The loft is considered to be one of the most unusual spaces. It was formerly a service area for the tenants of the different apartments in the building which contained laundry rooms and storage areas.

It is known for its simplicity of shapes and its Mediterranean influence through the use of white on the walls. It contains a series of sixty catenary arches that creates a space which represents the ribcage of an animal. The noble floor is larger than seven-hundred square meters. It is the main floor of the building. The noble floor is accessed through a private entrance hall that utilizes skylights resembling tortoise shells and vaulted walls in curving shapes.

On the noble floor, there is a spacious landing with direct views to the blue tiling of the building well. On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr. In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design. The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts. The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies.

The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks. This room is currently empty. The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations.

The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye. It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. There is a second bulb-shaped structure similarly reminiscent of a thalamus flower, which is represented by a cross with arms that are actually buds announcing the next flowering.

The bulb was broken when it was delivered, perhaps during transportation. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house. In , the family opened the house to the public and presented this architectural gem to the world, offering the use of the building for events.

Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents. It is also one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors every year. MNAC Guide. Barcelona, Spain. Archived from the original on 16 October Retrieved 29 August Lavoz Digital. Retrieved 3 August The Guardian. Retrieved 21 April The Times UK. Retrieved 20 April Retrieved 19 January Yale University Press.

Manchester University Press.

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albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru de Interés Cultural (); part of World Heritage Site (​, Works of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló) See also category: Casa Batlló. AD Classics: AD Classics: Casa Batlló / Antoni Gaudí, via Wikipedia in one of his most poetic and artistic designs for a building, Casa Batlló. Casa Batlló supports Wiki Loves Monuments Antoni Gaudí's modernist gem is taking part by awarding a Special Prize for this contest.

It is also one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors every year. The history. Paseo de Gracia You may also like. The interior is just as alive as it appears from the street; the knobbly spine lines the staircase through flowing wall forms of scale-like surfaces. You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.

About Contact Submit Advertise. Change country. Log out. Barcelona, Spain. Share Share Facebook. Despite being described as a bench, the confidant is in fact composed of several pieces and does not resemble the classic linear bench with a single solid seat. Because of the angled seats, the confidant has three legs in the front, with the center front leg shared by both seats, but only two legs in the back. His work transcended mainstream Modernisme, culminating in an organic style inspired by nature.

Today, his work finds admirers among architects and the general public alike. This earned him the nickname "God's Architect" [7] and led to calls for his beatification. As with his building designs, his furniture designs underwent constant studying, testing, and adjustment before being installed.

However, the armchair he designed for the office, though containing ornamental flourishes and featuring a distinctive heart-shaped seat back and a round seat, breaks away from tradition, lacking a single straight line. Art Nouveau is an international philosophy [22] and style of art, architecture and applied art—especially the decorative arts—that were most popular during — A reaction to academic art of the 19th century, it was inspired by natural forms and structures, not only in flowers and plants but also in curved lines.

Architects tried to harmonize with the natural environment. It is also considered a philosophy of design of furniture, which was designed according to the whole building and made part of ordinary life. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sagrada Familia.

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Facade of the Casa Batllo by Gaudi in Barcelona. Photo about details, architecture, casa, spanish, famous, symbol, columns, facade, batllo, house, gaudi. Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the. The Confidant from Casa Batlló, also known as the Double Sofa or Banc de dues places (Two-seater bench), is a.

As with his building designs, his furniture designs underwent constant studying, testing, and adjustment before being installed. However, the armchair he designed for the office, though containing ornamental flourishes and featuring a distinctive heart-shaped seat back and a round seat, breaks away from tradition, lacking a single straight line. Art Nouveau is an international philosophy [22] and style of art, architecture and applied art—especially the decorative arts—that were most popular during — A reaction to academic art of the 19th century, it was inspired by natural forms and structures, not only in flowers and plants but also in curved lines.

Architects tried to harmonize with the natural environment. It is also considered a philosophy of design of furniture, which was designed according to the whole building and made part of ordinary life.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sagrada Familia. Retrieved MNAC Guide. Barcelona, Spain. Archived from the original on 16 October Retrieved 29 August Lavoz Digital. Retrieved 3 August The Guardian. Retrieved 21 April The Times UK. Retrieved 20 April Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents.

It is also one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors every year. The history. Paseo de Gracia You may also like. Chronology

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Casa Batlló is located at number 43 on Paseo de Gracia, a street that, in the past, connected the city to Villa de Gracia, which today is a fully integrated district of. Casa Batlló (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈkazə βəˈʎːo]) is a renained biggin located in the centre o Barcelona an is ane o Antoni Gaudí's masterpieces. Casa Batlló supports Wiki Loves Monuments Antoni Gaudí's modernist gem is taking part by awarding a Special Prize for this contest.

Sagrada Familia. Retrieved MNAC Guide. Barcelona, Spain. Archived from the original on 16 October Retrieved 29 August Lavoz Digital. Retrieved 3 August The Guardian. Retrieved 21 April The Times UK. Retrieved 20 April Retrieved 19 January From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Catalan. April Click [show] for important translation instructions.

View a machine-translated version of the Catalan article. Machine translation like DeepL or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.

Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary accompanying your translation by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation. For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in French.

June Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the French article. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

Harvill Press. Retrieved 11 June Retrieved March 8, Edicions UPC. Altarpiece of Alella Hotel Attraction Barcelona landmarks. Aquarium Barcelona Barcelona Zoo. The Bone of Contention. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

In , the family opened the house to the public and presented this architectural gem to the world, offering the use of the building for events. Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents.

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Casa Batlló supports Wiki Loves Monuments Antoni Gaudí's modernist gem is taking part by awarding a Special Prize for this contest. AD Classics: AD Classics: Casa Batlló / Antoni Gaudí, via Wikipedia in one of his most poetic and artistic designs for a building, Casa Batlló. Facade of the Casa Batllo by Gaudi in Barcelona. Photo about details, architecture, casa, spanish, famous, symbol, columns, facade, batllo, house, gaudi.

Yale University Press. Manchester University Press. La recerca de la forma. Barcelona, Spain: Lunwerg Editors. Antoni Gaudi. In Encyclopedia of Interior Design p. Uncommon Culture. Archived from the original on 26 January Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Hidden categories: CS1 Catalan-language sources ca Webarchive template wayback links Pages using infobox artwork with autolinked artist field.

Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. On the noble floor, there is a spacious landing with direct views to the blue tiling of the building well.

On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr. In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design.

The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts. The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies. The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks. This room is currently empty.

The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations. The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye. It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. There is a second bulb-shaped structure similarly reminiscent of a thalamus flower, which is represented by a cross with arms that are actually buds announcing the next flowering.

The bulb was broken when it was delivered, perhaps during transportation. Two iron arms were installed here to support a pulley to raise and lower furniture.

The design is complemented by joinery windows set with multicolored stained glass. The structure repeats on the first floor and in the design of two windows at the ends forming galleries, but on the large central window there are two balconies as described above. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Catalan.

April Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the Catalan article. Machine translation like DeepL or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality.

Some even see elements that herald the architectural trends of the late 20th Century. Therefore, this specific period was known as The Bone of Contention. The Bone of Contention. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

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Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the. Casa Batlló supports Wiki Loves Monuments Antoni Gaudí's modernist gem is taking part by awarding a Special Prize for this contest. AD Classics: AD Classics: Casa Batlló / Antoni Gaudí, via Wikipedia in one of his most poetic and artistic designs for a building, Casa Batlló.

After the death of the two parents, the house was kept and managed by the children until In , the first refurbishment occurred mainly in several of the interior rooms of the house. More than 2, square meters of rooms within the building were rented out for many different functions. The ground floor, in particular, is rather astonishing with tracery, irregular oval windows and flowing sculpted stone work.

It seems that the goal of the designer was to avoid straight lines completely. The loft is considered to be one of the most unusual spaces. It was formerly a service area for the tenants of the different apartments in the building which contained laundry rooms and storage areas. It is known for its simplicity of shapes and its Mediterranean influence through the use of white on the walls. It contains a series of sixty catenary arches that creates a space which represents the ribcage of an animal.

The noble floor is larger than seven-hundred square meters. It is the main floor of the building. The noble floor is accessed through a private entrance hall that utilizes skylights resembling tortoise shells and vaulted walls in curving shapes. On the noble floor, there is a spacious landing with direct views to the blue tiling of the building well. On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr. In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design.

The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts. The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies. The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks.

This room is currently empty. The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations. The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye.

Some even see elements that herald the architectural trends of the late 20th Century. Therefore, this specific period was known as The Bone of Contention. The Bone of Contention. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

Retrieved 29 August Lavoz Digital. Retrieved 3 August The Guardian. Retrieved 21 April The Times UK. Retrieved 20 April Retrieved 19 January Yale University Press. Manchester University Press. La recerca de la forma. Barcelona, Spain: Lunwerg Editors. Antoni Gaudi.

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Casa Batlló (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈkazə βəˈʎːo]) is a renained biggin located in the centre o Barcelona an is ane o Antoni Gaudí's masterpieces. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru de Interés Cultural (); part of World Heritage Site (​, Works of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló) See also category: Casa Batlló. Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the.

In this manner, in the 19th Century, the street became a promenade for pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages, and from the 20th Century it became a main avenue for cars. Besides its artistic value, the building is also extremely functional, much more characteristic of modern times than of the past. Some even see elements that herald the architectural trends of the late 20th Century.

Therefore, this specific period was known as The Bone of Contention. The Bone of Contention. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

As an artist and believer in an all-encompassing design, it is unsurprising that the intensity of detail and materiality is not left to the exterior alone. The interior is perhaps even more detailed and designed, a continuation of the sinuous flowing walls and edges as well as color manipulation and incredible varying of the scale. The interior is just as alive as it appears from the street; the knobbly spine lines the staircase through flowing wall forms of scale-like surfaces.

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albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru de Interés Cultural (); part of World Heritage Site (​, Works of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló) See also category: Casa Batlló. Casa Batlló is located at number 43 on Paseo de Gracia, a street that, in the past, connected the city to Villa de Gracia, which today is a fully integrated district of. Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the.

Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents. It is also one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors every year.

The history. Paseo de Gracia You may also like. Chronology The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye.

It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. There is a second bulb-shaped structure similarly reminiscent of a thalamus flower, which is represented by a cross with arms that are actually buds announcing the next flowering.

The bulb was broken when it was delivered, perhaps during transportation. Two iron arms were installed here to support a pulley to raise and lower furniture. The design is complemented by joinery windows set with multicolored stained glass. The structure repeats on the first floor and in the design of two windows at the ends forming galleries, but on the large central window there are two balconies as described above.

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Casa Batlló supports Wiki Loves Monuments Antoni Gaudí's modernist gem is taking part by awarding a Special Prize for this contest. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru de Interés Cultural (); part of World Heritage Site (​, Works of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló) See also category: Casa Batlló. Casa Batlló is a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona. It was built by Antoni Gaudí between 19having been commissioned by the.

It contains a series of sixty catenary arches that creates a space which represents the ribcage of an animal. The noble floor is larger than seven-hundred square meters. It is the main floor of the building.

The noble floor is accessed through a private entrance hall that utilizes skylights resembling tortoise shells and vaulted walls in curving shapes. On the noble floor, there is a spacious landing with direct views to the blue tiling of the building well.

On the Passeig de Gracia side is Mr. In , the house opened its doors to the public, and people were allowed to visit the noble floor. The roof terrace is one of the most popular features of the entire house due to its famous dragon back design. The roof is decorated with four chimney stacks, that are designed to prevent backdraughts.

The central part, which reaches the last floor, is a multicolored section with protruding balconies. The top of the building is a crown, like a huge gable, which is at the same level as the roof and helps to conceal the room where there used to be water tanks. This room is currently empty. The top displays a trim with ceramic pieces that has attracted multiple interpretations.

The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye. It is a bulbous, root-like structure that evokes plant life. There is a second bulb-shaped structure similarly reminiscent of a thalamus flower, which is represented by a cross with arms that are actually buds announcing the next flowering. The bulb was broken when it was delivered, perhaps during transportation. Two iron arms were installed here to support a pulley to raise and lower furniture.

The design is complemented by joinery windows set with multicolored stained glass. The structure repeats on the first floor and in the design of two windows at the ends forming galleries, but on the large central window there are two balconies as described above.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Catalan. The front facade reveals striking textures, colors, and imagery that work together to conjure thoughts of fairytales and phantasmal dreams. The larger sculptural pieces that create the boundaries of the balconies and that frame the entrance resemble bones, suggesting a septum, eyebrows or clavicles, which keep to the anthropomorphic tone.

The dramatic humpback mound "is clad on one side by armour plating resembling an armadillo's, while on the other side it is covered with trancedis fragments producing a subtle white-into-orange sheen. The spine is dotted with bulbous green and blue vertebrae, suggesting that these might be organisms in themselves, while the flowing lines where roof meets facade are edged with other armatures of saurian bone and joint. The creaturesque resemblance is made strikingly apparent at night, when the facade glows and haunts with it's bone-like skeletal structures and dramatic shadows.

There are embedded and semi-concealed religious images and texts planted in the upper levels of the building, as well as in the small details around the facade. Gill suggests that the goal was to point out that "religion can embrace humour, fantasy and the absurd.

One of the most intriguing aspects of these chimneys are their degree angle departure from the roof before they become vertical.

The Bone of Contention. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house.

In , the family opened the house to the public and presented this architectural gem to the world, offering the use of the building for events. Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents.

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Architects tried to harmonize with the natural environment. It is also considered a philosophy of design of furniture, which was designed according to the whole building and made part of ordinary life. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sagrada Familia. Retrieved MNAC Guide. Barcelona, Spain. Archived from the original on 16 October Retrieved 29 August Lavoz Digital. Retrieved 3 August The Guardian. Retrieved 21 April The Times UK. Retrieved 20 April Retrieved 19 January Yale University Press.

Manchester University Press. La recerca de la forma. After being taken over by different companies and individuals, since the s the building has been in the hands of its current owners, the Bernat family, who have fully restored the house. In , the family opened the house to the public and presented this architectural gem to the world, offering the use of the building for events. Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents.

It is also one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors every year. The history. Paseo de Gracia

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