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Antoni Gaudi

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This book celebrates one of the most remarkable and idiosyncratic architects of modern times--Antoni Gaudi.
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published October 28th 2002 by Carlton Publishing Group
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Eryani N. Yulita
May 23, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: architecture
I have always liked architectural masterpieces designed by Antoni Gaudi. His dedication and uniqueness in architecture is captivating. Based on this biography, it is told how close he was with nature and how he used natural concept as the basic of his architectural concepts. However it is still unknowable for me in what way he interpreted the natural concept into his architectural designs. The Sagrada Familia as an example, it still amazes me how complex this building was and it is still being b ...more
Ellen Johnson
Feb 22, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: art-and-design
Nice combination of beautiful photos and introductory text that explained things like Gaudi's appreciation of skiilled craftspeople and the multidisciplinary nature of cathedral building. now I'd like to read even more on his "mystical" religious fervvor. and of course I want to return to Barcelona.
Ameru
Apr 06, 2008 rated it it was amazing
This book tells you about Antoni Gaudi, my favorite architect...!
His design covers all Barcelona, and it was said that Gaudi was a true Catalan.
He lived a very simple life and dedicated almost all of his life for his works. He remained low-profile and unknown, even until his dead--caused by a trem crossing over him--when people at the spot didn't know he was 'the Great Gaudi' himself and only recognize him as a scavenger because of the way he dressed ...
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