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Architectonic Work

 [Català]  [Castellano]
 GAUDÍ - The man - Biographic synthesis
Extended biography:   Birth and childhood    Gaudí's Ancestry    Education and early professional live    Architectural studies come to an end    Professional beginnings    Gaudí's private life    A time of plenty    Final years 
Chronology    Influences    Gaudí's Political and Patriotic Sentiment    Gaudí's friends    Gaudí's collaborators
 The work Architectonic work:   In  Catalonia   Out of Catalonia
Characterístic styles:   Early period    Mudèjar-Moorish    Evolving Gothic    Expressionist Naturalism    Organic Synthesis
Technical aspects:   Gaudí's architectural technologie Geometrie and mechanics
Decorative aspects:   Ceramics    Furniture    Iron and other metals    Stained glasses
 Sources and other information Links    Bibliography    Bookshop on Gaudí    Other Catalan Art Nouveau architects 

In Catalonia:

In Barcelona:
Eduard Calvet House
Batlló House

Vicens House
Santa Teresa School
Sagrada Família Schools 
Lampposts in Plaça Reial
Lampposts in Pla del Palau

La Pedrera (Milà House)
Güell Pavilions  
Güell Palace
Park Güell
Sagrada Família 
Finca Miralles Fence 

Bellesguard Street Viaduc

In La Pobla de Lillet:
Xalet del Catllaràs  
Artigas Gardens  

In Mataró:
Cooperativa Obrera

In Montserrat:
Rosari monumental (First Mistery of Glòry)

In Santa Coloma de Cervelló:
Colònia Güell Crypt

In Garraf (Sitges):
Güell cellars

In Tarragona:
Altar of the chapel of Jesus and Mary

In Vic:
Lampposts in Plaça del Mercat

In Mallorca:
Restauration of the Mallorca Cathedral

Out of Catalonia:

Botines House 
El Capricho (Comillas)
Episcopal Palace (Astorga)

  Translation from the Catalan original text by Catherine P. Crowe