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Reviews about Casa Batlló

Suyilu

5/5
Reviewed on 10 Feb, 2017

The Bartleau House was not built by Gaudi, but it was perfectly rebuilt by Gaudi as a fantastic "Gaudi-style" building. In the horizontal and vertical concrete buildings in the urban area, the wavy undulating shape and color mosaic exterior wall decoration of the Bartleau House are particularly striking. The design concept of this building comes from the legend of "George slaughtered the dragon and rescued the princess" in Catalonia. The roof is arranged regularly with colored glazed spheres, ceramics and fragments of porcelain into the back of Jackie Chan. Like a layer of dragon scales, it shines in the sunshine, while the spires formed by several pieces of porcelain standing on the roof are like sheathed swords, which conform to folklore. It fits the natural lines and is more dreamy. In addition, Gaudi's respect for nature is also reflected in various details of the Bartro House, such as the design of the patio inspired by the deep sea, while the balcony of the outer wall is like the face bone or dragon's teeth, the indoor column is like animal bone, and the indoor railings have iron railings with plant lines. Following the navigation will refresh your understanding of nature. You can choose Chinese explanations, very detailed.

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Allen Zhang SG
Allen Zhang SG
5/5
Reviewed on 25 May, 2017
5/5
Dream... The Bartro House can buy tickets online, but it takes five Euros to skip the queue. But in fact, because the tickets are expensive, here is no more than the Saint Family Hall, the queue is not too many people, a few minutes to arrive, so there is no need to buy tickets in advance. Tickets for the Bartro House also include free voice guides and Chinese explanations. And the voice guide here is the third best voice guide I've ever seen since the Harry Potter factory in London and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam (even better than Van Gogh). It's a modified mobile phone. After clicking on the corresponding numbers of the room, it will show the furniture in the room and where Gaudi's inspiration comes from. For example, an oval window just entering the door, if the voice guide is aimed at it like a photograph, you can see a turtle on the screen that matches the shape of the window and swims leisurely. The Bartro House was inspired by the Catalan folktale of St. George slaughtering the dragon and saving the princess. Such a vulgar story has got a new interpretation here in Gaudi. The tapering scales on the roof are the backs of dragons, while the cross-shaped chimneys are the swords of warriors. The crown of the armrest in the corridor is the symbol of the princess. Strange windows are like giant dragon's pelvic mouth, white windowsills are like masks and tusks, and the windows outside the living room are made of bone-shaped pillars. The white, blue, green and brown paint on the exterior walls is like dragon's splashing blood and reminiscent of Monet's water lilies. Another design element of the Bartro House is the sea. Whether the furniture comes from the spiral, starfish, droplet, gill and bubble patterns of marine life, or the gradual change of the whole patio from the bottom to the roof from white to cobalt blue, or the corrugated glass fence outside the elevator, visitors walking inside the Bartro House feel like they are in the cool ocean world. Dali once described Bartleau's house as: I saw the sea, the raging sea, the calm sea, the breeze-swept sea. & Indeed, there is a connection between art. Goldie meets the surrealist Dali, and the distorting and melting clock meets the turbulent house. Don't make too many comments. Leave Gaudi to Dali for interpretation. Gaudi also displayed amazing perfectionism in Bartro's home, from window size changing with height to door number designed with his unique font, from careful consideration of corridor materials to filtering effect of room color windows, to rooftops and attics similar to Mira's house, but with different materials showing different brilliance, Bartro's home shines everywhere. But fanaticism and humility.
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