Now Available – Beatlemania More Information here

Gaudi - Of Barcelona

Gaudi - Of Barcelona

By (author) Lluis Permanyer

£34.99

Released 12th Apr 2021
Register interest

Privacy Policy

Log in to add this to your wishlist.
  • A study on Gaudí, focusing specifically on his relationship with his city and muse, Barcelona
  • A compilation of informative text and full-colour photographs make this book appeal both to students of architecture and those interested in the Gaudí aesthetic
Full Description
Gaudí executed most of his works in Barcelona, and his buildings had a decisive influence on the city's urban landscape. On the other hand, the city molded his oeuvre, for it must be remembered that architecture has invariably exerted an enormous force on the urban and social history of the Catalan capital. Furthermore, circumstances would have it that Gaudí's life unfolded simultaneously with the evolution of the complex social and cultural phenomenon of Modernism. Gaudí of Barcelona with its text by Lluís Permanyer and photographs by Melba Levick, provides us with the keys to interpret the unique relationship between Gaudí and Barcelona on the one hand, and an informed, personal, fresh view of his architecture on the other.
  • A study on Gaudí, focusing specifically on his relationship with his city and muse, Barcelona
  • A compilation of informative text and full-colour photographs make this book appeal both to students of architecture and those interested in the Gaudí aesthetic
Gaudí executed most of his works in Barcelona, and his buildings had a decisive influence on the city's urban landscape. On the other hand, the city molded his oeuvre, for it must be remembered that architecture has invariably exerted an enormous force on the urban and social history of the Catalan capital. Furthermore, circumstances would have it that Gaudí's life unfolded simultaneously with the evolution of the complex social and cultural phenomenon of Modernism. Gaudí of Barcelona with its text by Lluís Permanyer and photographs by Melba Levick, provides us with the keys to interpret the unique relationship between Gaudí and Barcelona on the one hand, and an informed, personal, fresh view of his architecture on the other.
Specifications
Publisher
Poligrafa
ISBN
9788434308398
Released
12th Apr 2021
Binding
Hardback
Size
300 mm x 250 mm
Pages
188 Pages
Illustrations
191 color, b&w
Recently Viewed

Please log-in or create an account to see your recent items.