A small sample of his work, which is truly unusual. Let me apologetically restate the obvious at that point in time I had no idea about wide-angle lenses (or photography, for that matter). Then again, if this whets anyone's appetite, there are tons of books on Gaudí with excellent, professional photos.
|On the Passeig de Gràcia
Side by side are three prime examples of modernist architecture. On the left, out of the picture, is Casa Lleó Morera by Domènech i Montaner (1905). Left is Casa Amatller by Josep Puig i Cadafalch (1900). The center is Casa Battló by Gaudí.
|Casa Batlló, stem to stern
Bug-eye windows, mask like ornaments fantastic.
The sign on the lower right, by the way, advertises a Bruce Willis film.
|Casa Battló, ground level.
At the left is Casa Amatller.
Also known as La Pedrera ("The Quarry")
|Around the front|
|La Pedrera, front view|
Who needs plant boxes?