Dragon Fountain:One of Gaudi's most interesting sculptures is a fountain named "the Dragon", symbol of fire and alchemy. It's located underneath the terrace of Park Güell, and at the top of the major stairs.
Ceiling in the "Salon of the Hundred Columns": The ceiling of the Salon has tiled mosaics with designs on the ceiling.
Lovers Viaduct: Inspired from the idea of roman viaducts, this one, in Park Güell, is called "Viaducto de los Enamorados" (Lover's Viaduct).
Park Güell, Tiled Wall: Gaudí also adorned many of his buildings with coloured tiles arranged in mosaic patterns. This added another important dimension to his buildings which is so often overlooked by architects - the use of colour.
Sagrada Família: The Sagrada Família is Antoni Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece. Started in 1882 by the Architect Paula del Villar, Gaudi took over as lead architect a year later and devoted most of his life to the construction of the church.
Serpentine Bench: On top of the salon is a public square with a very large undulating bench in the form of a sea serpent that has backrests adorned with the broken bits of glazed tile.
Park Güell: The park was designed by prominent architect, Antoni Gaudi, and built between 1900 and
Casa Milà: On the exterior, the undulating balconies look like a series of waves. The iron-wrought balconies were designed by Josep Maria Jujol, who improvised on the spot.
Park Güell, Tiled Wall: The combination of original design, interesting shaped stonework, and vibrant colours in Gaudí's work give the viewer a truly breathtaking visual experience.
Casa Milà: the Casa Milà breaks with traditional architecture by using not a single straight line. The building does not use load-bearing walls, but rest on pillars and arches.
Casa Batlló: The building was designed by Gaudí for Josep Batlló, a wealthy aristocrat, as an home. Gaudí used colours and shapes found in marine life as inspiration for his creativity in this building e.g. the colours chosen for the façade are those found in natural coral.
Casa Milà: Casa Milà, commonly known as La Pedrera is the largest civil building designed by Antoni Gaudí. The apartment block was constructed between 1906 and
Park Güell: Small windows are located on the front and the interior, all decorated individually.
Park Güell: The building on the right, is more compact and housing like. Its interior is more orderly and symmetrical. The roof is a cone topped with a peak with ornate decoration.
Park Güell: The entrance gate is flanked by two buildings. The pavilions are integrated into the park wall. The building on the left is in the form of tower topped with a cross with a maximum height of 17 meters.