Ayre Hotel Caspe
Ayre Hotel Caspe is a modern design hotel with a functional style in all its facilities. Location: Located in the heart of modernist Barcelona. The Ayre Caspe is located in the Eixample. The grid pattern of the Eixample (or Ensanche) is a feat of nineteenth-century urbanism. The city grew with wide avenues of modernist architecture. Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona-s most glamorous boulevard, divides the district. Here you will also find designer boutiques and buildings of Gaudí. Discover this elegant district where the Sagrada Familia, Gaudi-s cathedral of dreams whose construction is ongoing. You will also find many restaurants, from outdoor terraces on Rambla de Catalunya to great French restaurants. Visit one of the trendy cocktail bars in the neighborhood, where you-ll find tourists and city dwellers. It lies between the two most active business centers of Barcelona.
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Casa Milà ‘La Pedrera' HouseEverything in this building is curved and undulating. Its originality and the techniques found in its engineering are shocking throughout.
That is one of the best-known works of the architect Gaudí, which is one of the icons of Barcelona. It had been built between 1906 and 1912, and involves a succession of natural stone walls externally, as the interior has two coated courtyards, columns and a variety of rooms. You will find large home windows and flat iron balconies set in to the undulating fa?ade. On the top, in the mean time, there are chimneys and sculptures which can be artwork in themselves, and a wonderful view of the Paseo de Gràcia avenue. The building has been announced a World Traditions, and is also the pinnacle of Modernist techniques and tendencies.
Barcelona CathedralIt really is built on the webpage of an early on Religious basilica. Work commenced on the building through the Romanesque period, but it is principally in the Gothic style.
It has a sober external surfaces, the only decor being its vertical buttresses. The San Ivo access is a perfect exemplory case of the Catalan Gothic style. The inside naves are almost all the same height, gives visitors the impression to be in one space. The medial side chapels produce an higher gallery, which affords the complete building a higher sense of lighting and space. The inside of the lantern is confronted with wood coffering. The primary fa?ade was built much later (past due 19th-early 20th hundred years) but is dependant on a task from 1408. The doorway from the cloister to the cathedral is specially worthy of noting, as is the chapel of Santa Lucia.
Basilica of La Sagrada Familia
In 1883 the great architect Gaudí decided to undertake this project, being successful Francisco de Paula, and done it until his loss of life.
Work to complete this great basilica still goes on today. The first architect to attempt this project formerly organized a neo-Gothic building. However Gaudi required over pursuing his death, even though conserving the initial structure he soon stamped his own private imprint and distinctive style on the building. He completed only the chapel of San José, the crypt and the entranceway of El Nacimiento. The façades and the complete external surfaces have a glorious profusion of brightly-coloured ornamental elements. There's a cryptogram within the La Pasión door.