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702231 MODERN ARCHITECTURE A

Antoni Gaudi

the nineteenth century search for a style
suited to the new age rational incorporating new structural forms nationalistic emphasising colour & texture naturalistic non-historical

Spanish Catalonia and Catalan nationalism
ancient links with French Catalonia and Mediterranean trade distinct Catalan dialect separate laws and tribunals until c1830 industrially advanced

lamp post bearing the Catalan emblem near the zoological Museum, Barcelona, probably from the exhibition of 1888 Miles Lewis

Josep [José] Puig i Cadafalch (1867-1967)
Catalan nationalist President of the Mancomuinitat discoverer of the Premier Art Roman author of L'Art Wisigothique

Casa Amatller, 41 Paseo del Gracia, by Puig i Cadafalch, 1900
Miles Lewis Casa Amatller, 41 Paseo del Gracia, by Josep [José] Puig i Cadafalch, 1900 Casa Batlló, 43 Paseo del Gracia, the remodelling of an existing building, by Gaudi, 1905-7
Miles Lewis

Casa Batlló , 43 Paseo del Gracia, the remodelling of an existing building, by Gaudi, 1905-7 Casa Milá, 92 Paseo del Gracia, by Gaudi, 1905-10
DIPPSA slides

Lluis Domènech i Montaner (1850-1923)
Catalannationalist President of the Unió Catalana (or Catalan Union) in 1892 author of 'En busca de una arquitectura nacional' - 'In search of a national architecture'

Portrait of Domenech
Oriel Bohigas, 'Luis Domènech', in Nikolaus Pevsner & J M Richards [eds], The Anti-Rationalists (London 1973), p 71

Hospital of S Pau [Hopital de la Santa Creu i de Sant Pau], 167-173 Avinguda de Sant Antoni MariaClaret, Barcelona, by Domènech, 1902-12: entrance pavilion
Miles Lewis

Hospital of S Pau, detail of a lamp on the staircase; interior of the library
Bohigas, 'Luis Domènech', pp 76, 77

Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926)
Catalan nationalist son of a coppersmith worked for José Fontseré [Josep Fontserè i Mestre] and Juan Martorell influenced by Viollet-le-Duc

Gaudi: photo in 1878
Rainer Zerbst,Gaudí (Cologne 1988), p 12

monumental cascade in the Parque de la Ciudedela [Parc de la Ciutadella], by Fontseré and Gaudi, 1877-82
DIPPSA slide

draft designs for the Societat Obrera Mataronese, by Gaudi, 1878
Zerbst, Gaudí, pp 18-19

warehouse of the Societat Obrera Mataronese, by Gaudi, 1878
half section, showing the vertically laminated parabolic arch

J J Sweeney & J L Sert,Antoni Gaudí (London 1970 [c 1960]), p6

Finca Güell gatehouse and gate by Gaudi, 1884-7
MUAS 19,743

Güell gatehouse, dragon gate [or Drac de Pedralbes]
Miles Lewis 1974

Güell gatehouse
detail of finial detail of dragon gate
Miles Lewis MUAS19,744

Palacio Güell [Palau Güell, 345 Carrer Nou de la Rambla, Barcelona, 1885-9 cutaway isometric view and cross-section
G R Collins,'Antonio Gaudí y Cornet', in A K Placzek [ed], Macmillan Encylopedia of Architects (4 vols, New York 1982), II, 173 Sweeney & Sert, Antonio Gaudi, p 61

Palacio Güell
the façade detail of the entrance gates.

Miles Lewis Montaner, Barcelona, p 78

Palacio Güell
detail of metalwork, executed by Joan Oños

Miles Lewis

Palacio Güell
the cellars

G R Collins, Antonio Gaudí (New York 1960),pl 38

Palacio Güell, ceiling of living area, on the piano nobile
Collins, Antonio Gaudi, pl 38

Palacio Güell
interior of the main salon, and view of the dome
Collins, Antonio Gaudi, pl 34 Montaner, Barcelona, p 85

Palacio Güell: metalwork decoration in a bedroom; dressing table
anonymous; Collins, Antonio Gaudi, pl 101

proposed Franciscan mission for Tangier, by Gaudi, 1892-3Collins, Antonio Gaudi, pl 44

Proposal for a hotel in New York, by Gaudi, 1908, sketch designs
Zerbst, Gaudí, pp 228-9

Episcopal palace at Astorga, by Gaudi, 1887-93, view from above
Artfi SA no 15

Episcopal palace at Astorga: view
Miles Lewis

Episcopal palace, Astorga detail of porch
Miles Lewis

Casa Figueras, or 'Torre Bellesguard', 1900-1905
DIPPSA Collins, Antonio...
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