Beautiful, bold, home spaces for the local tycoons of Barcelona, and it's hard to get to the point where these buildings are all imaginative, worth seeing and must see, art deco.
Gaudí creatively added the Moroccan, Egyptian and Indian architectural features, with arches, towers, domes, mosaic tile exterior walls and other elements full of exotic style.
If you have known Gaudí's works, you will know at a glance that this is a very early work of Gaudí, and the overall style is different from his later works. At that time, Gaudí had not yet fully followed his sentence "The curve belongs to God, and the straight line belongs to mankind", so you can see Gaudí's early creative ideas here.
This building was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. The whole building has Mudejar and Oriental flavors and belongs to the works of Gaudí's "Oriental Period". Gaudí has always worked slowly and carefully. It took him 10 years from the beginning of the construction project commissioned by Manuel Vincens to the completion of the entire construction project.
As the architectural design of Gaudi’s series of houses in Barcelona, Gaudi’s design style can be seen at a glance. The House of Vincent is an early work of Gaudi’s architectural design, and the overall design style concept of the building is not so obvious.
After Casa Batló this is my favorite private residence designed by Gaudi. This one is especially interesting showing a strong influence of moorish mudejar style architecture
The House of Vincent is the fourth World Heritage Site we visited in Barcelona. It takes about 20 minutes to walk from Gracia stop on the tourist bus blue line. The Vincennes House is a family residence in Barcelona, designed by Antoni Gaudí and built by industrialist Manuel Vincennes. It is the first important work of Gaudi. In 2005, it was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO under the "Works of Antoni Gaudí". The building is located at Carrer de les Carolines 24, in the district of Gràcia. Four floors. It is now a private residence without a nameplate, but the popularity is still there. It is not difficult to find the unique style of the house from the endless stream of tourists and people taking pictures.
Preston_Dominguez: Carrer de les Carolines, 20-26, 08012 Barcelona, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Sagrada Familia,Casa Mila,Casa Batlló,Park Guell,Plaça de Catalunya