Live Zoom Event: Antoni Gaudí, the Organic Architect

Join me in this New Virtual Tour. Travel online with a Barcelona Licensed Guide.

“The originality consists in returning to the origins”
“My master is the tree in front of my workshop” A. Gaudí.

This Virtual tour talks about the brilliant architect Antoni Gaudí, the designer of the world-famous Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera, among others. We’ll discover together his origins, personality, references, his legacy to future generations, and, mainly, we’ll see that Gaudí’s wonderful architecture was based on the study and inspiration taken from nature. He discovered how to adapt the language of nature to the structural forms of architecture.
Antoni Gaudí was a compendium of many fields of art and knowledge. He was a Renaissance man of his time. A kind of Leonardo Da Vinci with an architectural formation. But, apart from an architect, he was also a structural engineer, landscaper, urban planner, and interior designer.

His style was truly original, and he is considered, by many experts, the "inventor" of the Organic Architecture.

I enjoy that my online tours become interactive experiences. I love the questions. It’s a very visual tour (using a slide presentation) with lots of interesting information and images.

1 booking = 1 household (feel free to bring your family members to this experience)

We will gather a small group of people from around the world and have an intimate experience together!

Cómo participar: After the booking, I will send you the link and instructions for joining the live stream via Zoom
Tu anfitrión: Lecturer in Art and History. Licensed tour guide of Barcelona & Catalonia with 24 years of experience. He holds a degree in Tourism Management, a degree in Humanities and a master’s degree in Cultural Communication. He’s fluent in English, French and Italian. He’s bilingual Spanish and Catalan.
Chino (Cantonés)
Chino (Mandarín)
Disponibilidad: June 10, CEST 7pm; June 13, CEST 7pm; June 17, CEST 7pm; June 20, CEST 7pm
Duración (¿Cuantas horas?): 1.15