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- Visit to La Pedrera Teachers' commentary
- Audiovisual display: “Antoni Gaudí. Biographical notes”. Gaudí was born in 1852 in Reus, Catalonia.
- Structural Design in the Work of Gaudi
- Abstract: The work of Gaudi embraces all the facets of architectural design. The present paper studies Antoni ~ a u d i (1852-1 926) was aMaster Builder. His work cov- the ..
- GAUDI'S IDEAS FOR YOUR CLASSROOM:
- Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) was an exceptional architect who succeeded Note. You may visit the new web http://www.gaudi2002.
- Linking Hanging Chain Models to Fabrication
- Antonio Gaudi's physical hanging chain models. weight. A weak point of Gaudi's technique of the physical hanging chain model is to not ..
- GAUDÍ: NATURE IN ARCHITECTURE
- One hundred and fifty years after his birth and 76 after his death, the architect Antoni. Gaudí has finally transcended the local and national sphere to become one of the ..
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- Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Antonio Gaudi: The Criterion
- It was at that time when he and his father were both enamored with the works of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi (note: The name "Antonio" is also used, esp.
- Antoni Gaudi Online
- Antoni Gaudi [Spanish Art Nouveau Architect, 1852-1926] Guide to pictures of works Note: The full version of the article is available only if you follow this link.
- Casa Batllo - Antoni Gaudi - Great Buildings Online
- Casa Batllo by Antoni Gaudi architect, at Barcelona, Spain, 1905 to 1907, in the Great Buildings Notes, Architect sometimes referred to as "Antonio Gaudi".
- Selected Bibliography of Antonio Gaudi by George R. Collins, at
- Antoni Gaudi: La seva vida, les seves obres, la seva mort (Barcelona: Poliglota, 1926). See note 19. Juan Bergos, Gaudi: l'home i l'obra (Barcelona: Ariel, 1954).
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