Antoni Gaudí

David Ferrer, 2002

This monographic study approaches Gaudí (1852-1926) in his most essential role: as the designer who synthesised art and technique. David Ferrer analyses numerous designs from such disparate fields as wrought ironwork and flooring with the purpose of explaining their genesis, concluding that, beneath their apparent plastic irrationalism, behind their dreamy, fantastic forms, lays a strict functional logic based on the rationalistic ideas of Viollet-le-Duc.



Detail

  • ISBN: 84-8301-583-8
    2002
    English-Spanish
    Hardcover, 24 x 28,6 cm
    198 pp., 157 black & white illustrations
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