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Mies van der Rohe gave a master class in modernity and style with his German Pavilion, built for the International Exhibition of Barcelona of 1929. The architect distilled his “less is more” concept to create this singular space of light and shade, glass and marble, air and water. This monographic work describes it to us in all its plenitude.
It comes with a book point, 350 g cardboard stamping, related to Gaudi and Barcelona.
The best visual guide to start learning about the artistic world of Antoni Gaudí. It contains the keys to each of his architectural works, acommpanied by specific and updated images and includes a text by the specialist Juan Eduardo Cirlot.
This work discloses the mysteries of the Park and shows us Gaudí and Güell, daring, eclectic, Catholic, freemasons, syncretists and even jokers. The reader will find the pleasure of meticulous investigation combined with the interpretative audacity of a historical mystery novel.
Through more than 225 photographs, this book, with a manageable format and affordable price, has been created to give the reader an editorial product where the city of Barcelona can be discovered through the most emblematic corners of this great, cultural and cosmopolitan metropolis.
Barcelona one of the most modern cities of the Mediterranean, fascinates any visitor. A pleasant tour around its streets, buildings and monuments –from the work of Gaudí and Modernism to the recent contributions of Richard Meier and Jean Nouvel–, along with a review of its traditions, culture and gastronomy.
The Temple of the Sagrada Familia, under the construction since 1882 and situated in the Eixample district of Barcelona, is the most important work of Antoni Gaudí.
A detailed and very complete guide to the extraordinary Modernist garden that Antoni Gaudí designed. Numerous photos with comments, historical data, biographical notes, curiosities and an explanatory map of the park comprise this practical guide.
The power of Antoni Gaudí the architect resides in his prolific invention of shapes. The variety and expressiveness in the shapes themselves, such as his sculptures or paintings, already gave a glimpse of the modern artist he was.
This book has been published on the occasion to celebrate the 10thanniversary since the Casa Batlló was first opened to the public. Three experts on Gaudí have written the texts. The book is illustrated with historic photographs, a collection of plans and drawings of the Casa Batlló made by Gaudí and his helpers, and an extensive selection of photographs.
This book compiles, with scientific rigour, 135 postcards published in the period which Gaudí was working, spreading Gaudí's work around the world along with the intimate messages of its senders.
“When designing jewels, as in all my art, I create what I love” (Salvador Dalí).From 1941 to 1958 Dalí designed a collection of jewels and followed the whole creation process associated with Ertman and Alemany, two jewellers who had settled in New York.