Definition of Antonio Gaudi
1. Noun. Spanish architect who was a leading exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926).
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Literary usage of Antonio Gaudi
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1. Spain by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"The Hotel takes its name from the Barcelona architect, Antonio Gaudi, who built this wildly decorated pastiche of a Got hie palace in 1889. ..."
2. Lightness: The Inevitable Renaissance of Minimum Energy Structures by Adriaan Beukers, Ed “van” Hinte (2005)
"The true master of building stone arches was the Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi, whose Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is still being built. ..."
3. Hotels of Character and Charm in Spain by Hunter Publishing, Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Michelle Gastaut, Fagrice Camoin, Rivages (Firm (2001)
"The Claris is near the Barrio Gotic and a short distance from the celebrated buildings designed by Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926). ..."
4. Daytrips New York: 50 One Day Adventures in New York City and Nearby New by Earl Steinbicker (2002)
"Just behind the structure are some very strange park benches, obviously inspired by the creations of Antonio Gaudi at Pare Güell in Barcelona. ..."