Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Color, Patterns, Tiles, Gaudí, Barcelona








Photos that I made in Parc Güell, Barcelona. I deliberately oversaturated these images, which might make them seem a bit kitschy, but I guess they convey the overall atmosphere of the place.
Gaudí was a genious. Decorating with broken tiles is such a good idea. And it's recycling. A green way to home decor. And it can be real art
, too.

11 comments:

Prutha said...

gaudi is hands down one of my fav architects!!1 i aspire to be like him everyday!!

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agnes szucs said...

Yeah, he kind of built the way Mother Nature would have built buildings.
I checcked out your blog, and I like it!
I love both fashion and architecture.
Hope you'll stay tuned! :)

THE RUNWAY JUNKIE said...

Hey its Tre from THERUNWAYJUNKIE, UM- ok - Well anyone who knows me, knows that I love going to HomeDepot and picking out tile colors- Im loveing the colorfull mashup going on. From a far- When I look at them it kinds reminds me of Rodarte Fall 2010 collection- Plus the fact that the tiles are from Barcelona is def- a quick reminder of Rodarte! There theme was Mexican girls who worked in factories and there souls. If you go to youtube and watch the show youll most likely see the influence.

J. said...

I was just in Barcelona! Gaudi was indeed something very, very special! So talented!

The House of Lisa said...

I´m going to Barcelona in august! Looking forward to see the tiles irl!

agnes szucs said...

How good for you, Lisa!
Barcelona must be very beautiful in August!

Catherine said...

Wow! These photos are amazing. I remember going there when I was 17, I thought it was fantastic. x

agnes szucs said...

Thanks! Yeah! An amazing place! I hope I can get back there sometime.
:)

reub-envision said...

lovely!

agnes szucs said...

:) :) :) thanks!

jovana said...

love it!