Works of Gaudi

Antonio Gaudi was a Catalan architect who worked during the Art Nouveau period, but became famous for his unique and highly individualistic designs regarded as beyond the scope of the architectural norm. Arguably, no other architect has had such an absolut influence on a city as Gaudi has had on Barcelona.

Below is a descriptive index of the sites and destinations of Works of Gaudi provided so far by Worldsiteguides.com. Please note this list is far from comprehensive; more great sites are getting added each month! You can also view these sites on our interactive map by checking out our Works of Gaudi map!

Works of Gaudi resources

Parc Güell history Parc Güell, built between 1900 and 1914, was originally part of a commercially unsuccessful housing site. The idea behind the site came from Count Eusebi…

Casa Milà history Casa Milà was commissioned as a residence by Pedro Milà. He was a wealthy businessman who had been enchanted by one of Gaudi’s previous buildings;…

Sagrada Familia history The initiative to build a new grand church came from the bookseller and chairman of the Holy Brotherhood, José Maria Bocabella, in the mid 19th…

Casa Batlló history The wonderfully strange house that is Casa Batlló was originally built between year 1875 and 1877. In the early 20th century, the house was bought…