November 1, 2013

Casa Milà, Barcelona

Photograph by Gunnar Knechtel, laif/Redux

The fantastical roof of Casa Milà adds another dimension to the Antoni Gaudí-designed apartment block—now open to the public as an exhibition space—in Barcelona, Spain. The building, constructed from 1906 to 1912, is more commonly known as La Pedrera, "the quarry," because of its rough facade.

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