Antoni Plàcid Guillem Gaudí i Cornet, best known like Gaudí
He was a Spanish architect, maximum representative of the Catalan modernism, an architect with an innate sense of the geometry and the volume, as well as a great imaginative capacity that allowed him to mentally project the majority of his works
before moving them to plans.
Gaudí went beyond orthodox modernism, creating a personal style based on the observation of nature, fruit of which was its use of governed geometric forms, such as hyperbolic paraboloid, hyperboloid, helicoid and conoid.
I have seen his works over and over again, some still under construction, imagine how complex it is to realize what I would say the perfection of man-made nature, certainly a great job and I am glad there are people working to achieve what Gaudí's prodigious mind created and made it happen.
Here some photos of the Park Güell, a place to walk, admire and rethink the ingenuity. Gardens, aqueducts, theaters and roads that look like trees and are mixed with nature.
This great architect succeeded harmony enters nature and its mission of life.