Gaudi Style Analysis

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Antoni Gaudi's style can be unusual and different. Antoni was an architect from Spain. His works have a distinctive style and most of them are in Barcelona. It was Gaudi's passions in his life that influenced the work that he produced. His passions were architecture, nature and religion. Gaudi became part of the modernista movement after being under the influence of oriental techniques. This reached its peak in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His work began to get more and more modern leading to an organic style inspired by natural forms. Gaudi preferred to create and mould the details in his work as he thought of them rather than to draw detailed plans of his work. Gaudi's masterpiece in Spain which is still incomplete is named Sagrada…show more content…
He was living in someone else's house named Francesc Ullar's house, and during his time there he designed a dinner table for Francesc as a sign of his gratitude. In 1888 there was a World Fair event in Barcelona which represented a key point in the history of the modernisme movement. It was when leading architects such as Gaudi displayed their best works. At this event gaudi presented a building that he had designed. In the year 1899 Gaudi joined a catholic artistic society which was founded in 1893. Gaudi worked on numerous projects simultaneously at the beginning of the century. These projects really reflected his own personal style that is inspired by nature. During the year 1900 Gaudi received an award for the best building of the year from the Barcelona city council. He constructed two of his most emblematic works between 1904 and 1910. When Gaudi moved to Barcelona he seemed to frequently change his address because as a student he lived in residences in an area known as, Gothic Quarter. When he started his career he moved around several rented

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