"Color in architecture must be intense, logical and fertile," Gaudí wrote in the late He enlivened the facade of his Casa Batlló with scalelike roof tiles meant to evoke a dragon's back, multihued mosaics and stained-glass windows.
The narrow and rickety Caminito del Rey no longer scary. It was a walkway barely a meter wide that hung over the void, crossed the vertical walls of the gorge Málaga Gaitanes, a few hundred meters above the Guadalhorce river.
Roof architecture at Casa Batllo; Part of the Illa de la Discordia, Eixample District, Barcelona, Spain. Originally built in the building was restored by Antoni Gaudi and Josep Maria Jujol, (wikipedia) // photo by
La Sagrada Família (officially the Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família), Barcelona, Spain by Antoni Gaudí who worked on it tirelessly for over 40 years until his untimely death in Still under construction, with completion expected in