Its web portal allows people to visit some of the most symbolic spaces with interactive 360º photos and a complete image gallery.
The Gaudí House Museum currently finds itself closed to the public for reasons of general prevention of COVID-19. But fortunately, it offers a virtual visit allowing all those who want to to visit some of its most symbolic spaces; such as the garden, the terrace, the tower or the cold chamber. A complete gallery of images can be found on the same web.
This was the residence of Antoni Gaudí from 1906 to 1925. A building devised as a sample house for the future urbanization for Park Güell and designed by his friend and right-hand man, Francesc d’Assís Berenguer i Mestres. The house, with views of Barcelona, features three floors as well as a basement and a pointy tower.
After Gaudí’s death it fell into private hands, but from the year 1963 it was open to the public. Since then, the Gaudí House Museum has worked to reveal far more than the professional side of this genius; and for this, movable property he designed has been gathered as well as objects and documents related to his life.
Since 1992, the building is under guardianship of the Fundació Junta Constructora del Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, which has the purpose of promoting the life and works of the architect, showing his most personal side.
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