La Pedrera (Casa Milà) és un edifici construït per Antoni Gaudí i declarat Patrimoni de la Humanitat. Actualment és la seu de la Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera.
La Pedrera, Gaudi en Barcelona. La Pedrera o La Casa Milà es obra del arquitecto Antoni Gaudí. Fue construida entre los años 1906 y 1910 en estilo modernista.
Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera (meaning “stone quarry” in Catalan), is Antoni Gaudí’s last civil work, which he started in 1906 and finished in 1912. Although Antoni Gaudí was particularly well known for his modernist phase, this work is considered “modern”. Included in the World Heritage…
La Casa Milà, llamada popularmente La Pedrera, es un edificio modernista obra del arquitecto Antoni Gaudí, construido entre los años 1906 y 1910 en el distrito del Ensanche de Barcelona, en el número 92 del paseo de Gracia.
The Casa Milà, popularly called La Pedrera, is the last civil work of Antoni Gaudí. From the terrace of La Pedrera you can see the Sagrada Familia. As in the Casa Batlló terrace, the architect had a space where he could admire his most important work: the Sagrada Familia.
This beautiful sight is a Modernist building, designed by the well known architect Antoni Gaudi. It was built between 1906 and 1910. It is inspired by the organic forms of nature.
La Pedrera (Casa Milà) is a building built by Antoni Gaudí and declared a World Heritage Site. It is currently the headquarters of the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation.
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Point of Interest
“Casa Batlló is a building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, the highest representative of Catalan modernism. It is a comprehensive remodeling of a previously existing building on the site, the work of Emilio Sala Cortés. It is located at number 43 of Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona, the wide avenue that runs through the Ensanche district (Eixample), in the so-called Manzana de la discordia, because it houses, in addition to this building, other works by modernist architects: the Amatller house, which borders Gaudí's, the work of Josep Puig i Cadafalch; the Lleó Morera House, the work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner; the Casa Mulleras, by Enric Sagnier; and the Casa Josefina Bonet, by Marceliano Coquillat. The construction was carried out between the years 1904 and 1906”
“What i like most about this must-see in Barcelona is the exhibition they have in the underground of the cathedral with the models Gaudí created to build it During the summer is necessary to book it in advance if you want to go in, if not it would be almost impossible to get a ticket for the day”
“Park Güell offers the perfect surroundings to enjoy some modernist architecture and a pleasant stroll through the park at the same time. Designed by Gaudí under the patronage of entrepreneur Eusebi Güell, it was meant initially to be a housing development for Barcelona’s bourgeoisie. In the height of Barcelona’s urban growth and construction under Plan Cerdà, Güell wanted to provide the city with a British-style residential park (hence its English name). He chose to build the park on the Montaña Pelada, a hill with unbeatable views over the sea and the plain. The space was divided into 60 plots, and paths, stairs and walkways were built. Strict construction rules were established: the buildings should not take up more than one sixth of each plot, they could not be very high and they should not block the neighbors’ views and light. Construction started in the year 1900 and, apart from the paths and walkways, a big porticoed square, the pavilions at the entry, the outer fence and the main stairway were built. However, the project was abandoned in 1914 due to the lack of buyers. During Güell’s lifetime the park, although still his private property, was used for public events; after his death, the municipality purchased it, and what was originally meant to be a residential area was converted into a public park.”
“Short walk from our loft. It is located in the Ribera neighbourhood, in the triangle between the Francia station, the Arc de Triomphe and the Olympic Village. It is bounded by four main roads: the Paseo de Pujades, the Paseo de Picasso, the Paseo de Circunvalación and the Carrer Wellington. It is the largest urban park in Barcelona after Montjuic.”
“Short and nice walk from our loft, El Born. The Picasso museum is very rich in regard to work from the formative years in the life of the artist; it ispractically exhaustive up to the Blue Period. The Museum also houses an important representation of works from 1917, and the series law Meninas (1957) as well as a comprehensive print collection.”