Our collection includes two cubes dedicated to Antonio Gaudi, one focusing on his architectural facades and the other specifically on Forms& Nature and nature in his work. Both intense cubes highlight photographs of one of the best known architects in history, Antonio Gaudi. The son of a coppersmith, Antonio GaudĂ was born in Reus, Spain in 1852. As a child he showed a keen interest in nature, whose various shapes, colours and patterns he found fascinating. This love of nature was later to become a characteristic of his architecture with bone-shaped columns and mushroom-like domes. He constantly endeavoured to design buildings that fitted into their natural surroundings. The images on the cube include facades typical of Gaudiâ€™s projects, the facades are covered by irregularly shaped broken tiles, which fit the curved surfaces perfectly. Although categorised as Art Nouveau, Gaudi created an entirely original style. He was more avant-garde and not always understood by contemporaries. However, he remained firm in his aesthetic convictions and, in the end, was able to impose his views. GaudĂ achieves a Neobaroque effect, with natural shapes, rocks, human figures, plants and flowers. Each include a striking large format storycard with information in English, Spanish, Italian, French, Portughese and German.