The Palau proposes a new show so visitors can admire the interior of the building built by Antoni Gaudí.
The architect Antoni Gaudí was commissioned by Eusebi Güell to design his family’s home, where they lived until the beginning of the 20th century. Palau Güell, which was completed in 1890, is one of the architect’s most renowned works in Barcelona, especially because of the way in which he devised the symbiosis between space and light. To enable visitors to see the building in a new and original way, the audio-visual research studio, Playmode, offers a spectacle of music, light and colours in the central hall of the Palau. The centre organises a night guided tour that starts in the coach house and ends on the roof, and includes the new Parabòlic Gaudí projection mapping, a projection on the dome of the hall accompanied by music played by the organ that was built in 2011, using pipes from the old one. Furthermore, the instrument is controlled automatically, meaning that it can play extremely short notes or arpeggios faster than would be possible by human hands.
The visits that include the Parabòlic Gaudí mapping projection are held on Fridays at 6.00 pm between November and March and at 8.00 pm between April and October, except during July and August. There are sessions in Catalan, Spanish, English and French.
Tickets cost €18.00 per person and seats are limited, so the sooner you buy your tickets here, the better.
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