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  • 1. Antonio gaudi
    The greatest architect
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  • 2. Antoni Gaudi is one of
    the most well-known
    and significant person
    in the world architecture.
    Rarely did he draw
    detailed plans of his works
    and instead preferred
    to create them as 
    three-dimensional 
    scale models, moulding
    all details as he was
    conceiving them in his mind.
  • 3. Biography.
    The son of a coppersmith, Antoni Gaudi was born in Reus, Spain in 1852.
    He studied at the Escola Superior d'Arquitectura in Barcelona and designed his first major commission for the Casa Vincens in Barcelona using a Gothic Revival style that set a precedent for his future work.
    Over the course of his career, Gaudi developed a sensuous, curving, almost surreal design style which established him as the innovative leader of the Spanish Art Nouveau movement. With little regard for formal order, he juxtaposed unrelated systems and altered established visual order. Gaudi's characteristically warped form of Gothic architecture drew admiration from other avant-garde artists.
    Although categorized with the Art Nouveau, Gaudi created an entirely original style.
    He died in Barcelona in 1926.
  • 4. The examples of Gaudi’s brilliant work
  • 5. VISENCE’S HOUSE
  • 6. El Capriccio
  • 7. Guell
  • 8. In childhood Antonio often was alone and pay attention to clouds, flowers, insects… He always wanted to build like a nature. The best interiors he found in sky and sea, ideal sculptural forms were trees and clouds.
  • 9. Casa Mila
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  • 11. Gaudi hated right angles and straight architectural forms, especially direct walls. He avoided straight lines, using only natural ones.
  • 12. Casa Batllo
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  • 14. Antonio was born in little town at the sea and all his memories in childhood are connected with it. The impression of first architect experiences he brought through all his life. That’s why some of his buildings looks like locks from sand.
  • 15. El ParqueGuell
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  • 17. SagradaFamiliathe most magnificent building
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  • 21. Was he genius or madman – nobody knows. But his buildings, sculptures and interiors excites imagination of all people in all over the world.
  • 22. Resources
    www.wikipedia.org
    www.goldenlibrary.en
    www.modarch.com