The Villa Mila is located on the bustling streets of Gracia. It doesn't have any straight lines, the main tone is a distorted curve, and the theme is the mountain. The chimney on the roof represents the peaks that protrude from the top of the mountain. The top floor is the exhibition hall of the Gaudí building, and you can also visit the roof. The undulating appearance is an exterior wall made of white stone, a balcony railing made up of twisted iron bars and iron plates, and a large window.
The Mila House is the last private residence designed by Gaud
Florie Mira, who especially appreciates Gauds house designed for Batlow, so he also invited him to design his Mila House
from the appearance Looking at the undulating whole building is like a strangely shaped chimney and ventilation ducts on the choppy sea roof.
Some people say that alien creatures are different from beaches and ocean waves and even parasite nests. Interpretation
I have to mention that everyone has their own guesses about the sculpture of the Milan House.
Even if I ask Gauddy, I dont get a really correct answer/hh. / Because it doesn't have a standard answer
I think this is - the art
Mila House's vault has a parabola or catenary shape. Lara House is the last Gaudi design. Private residence
Some people say that Barcelona is "Gaudi's City", and some people say that Gaudi is "the son of Barcelona." Either way, Gaudi and the city are closely linked. Gaudi left more than 20 works in Barcelona, 7 of which were listed as World Heritage sites. The roof terrace of the
Mira House has 30 peculiar chimneys, 2 vents, and 6 stairways. The tower-shaped stairway has the largest shape and the water tower is hidden inside the spiral ladder. The heights are staggered, and the whole building is like a rough sea. It is very dynamic. The roof is a chimney and ventilation duct made of grotesque abrupt objects. On the roof, a dozen of novel and avant-garde "extraordinary hackers" stand on top of it, coupled with the changing clouds, such as through time and space, presenting a fantastic future world. These strange shapes are actually exhaust pipes or water towers. Gaud will beautify them into a beautiful and can swim place. These strange shaped chimneys and air ducts
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come to Barcelona, there will be a name called Gauddy haunted, if you don't go to see Gaudi's design house, you will not know that there is still So many beautiful and chic designs.
This time in Barcelona, I went to the home of Mira, and took advantage of the sunny weather in Barcelona. I didn't hurry to take a photo. I used to be about six o'clock in the past. I bought tickets and interpreters. I can go to different places to explain the relevant content in Chinese automatically. I think it is quite necessary to better understand Gaudi's design philosophy and Some stories at the time.
If the time is a little later, you can still see the super beautiful sunset, but the Lara House really makes a lot of shots. Look for some good-looking angles, try to interact with the building itself and avoid angles. You are the protagonist of the whole blockbuster.
Clothes: # Loewe
Address: Passeig de Grcia 92
Route: Take the subway L3 (green line) and get off at Diagonal stop.
Time: Day visit time: Open daily, Monday to Sunday: 9am to 8.30pm; Night visit time: Open daily, Monday to Sunday: 9pm to 11pm
Ticket: Day ticket: 20.50 euros (adults), 16.50 euros (student/disabled), 10.25 euros (children aged 7-12), fare includes Chinese audio guide; night ticket: 34 euros (adult), 17 euros (7-12 years old children) ), there is no student ticket. With a 20% discount on Barcelona Card, the Articket Barcelona Barcelona Passport does not include the La Pedrera.
Casa Mila is located in the famous “Illa de la Discordia” in the heart of Barcelona. It is one of the masterpieces of the architect Antoni Gaudí. Its wave-shaped walls and chimney-topped rooftops are all emblematic of the building and the city it calls home. Casa Mila can be visited day or night. Visits in the day typically start from the famous roof terrace. If you prefer to take a trip at night, you can take the “Secrets of Casa Mila” night tour to learn obscure and interesting facts about the structure.