Tag Archives: Antoni Gaudi

DesignDestinations: Celebrating 125 Posts

Wow! I looked at my blog stats page recently and noted that I had done 124 posts.  In Old Media terms, this is 124 articles (of sorts). I never dreamed when I launched DesignDestinations in August of 2009 I would … Continue reading

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Antoni Gaudi: No way to be indifferent

A big reason for going to Barcelona is to see the Antoni Gaudi architecture.   Gaudi was an architect during the late 1800s and early 20th century who made his mark with his own brand of Art Nouveau style. Like Frank … Continue reading

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Barcelona: A city of art and architecture

When I told a designer friend that we’d be spending a week in Barcelona he said enthusiastically, “Oh, you will love Barcelona.  It’s like Paris.  In fact, I like it better.” He was right.  Like Paris, Barcelona has art, great … Continue reading

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Barcelona: More Impressions

Having meandered this marvelous Catalan city for a week I have collected more impressions of this destination  influenced by art and architecture, the glorious Mediterranean and the surrounding hills.   I like it a lot and can see why it … Continue reading

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