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Mosaic rooftop of La Pedrera-Casa Milà in Barcelona, on cover of 'Antonio Gaudi, Master Architect', by Abbeville Press.

Antonio Gaudi

Master Architect

By (author) Juan Bassegoda Nonell
Photographs by Melba Levick


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  • Part of the stunning Tiny Folio series
  • This pocket-sized survey presents the entire career of the internationally admired Spanish architect whose fanciful buildings and sculpture have defined Barcelona's cityscape
  • Brilliantly illustrated with 200 images by gifted architectural photographer, Melba Levick
Full Description

Antonio Gaudí (1852–1926) is one of the best-known architects of the twentieth century. Even today, some seventy-five years after Gaudí’s death, his playful, exuberant buildings continue to influence architects, sculptors, and designers. Perhaps most identified with the dynamic, sculptural facades found on his structures, Gaudí is respected as much for his technological innovations as for his daring style.

About the Author

Melba Levick is an accomplished architectural and travel photographer whose work has been published internationally in numerous magazines and in over 30 books.

Juan Bassegoda Nonell has served as the director of the Catedra Gaudí at the School of Architecture within Barcelona University since 1968. He is the author of many notable books on Gaudí.

Abbeville Press
1st Jul 2020
World excluding USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Australia
119 mm x 109 mm
288 Pages
Name of series
Tiny Folio
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