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Crawl Space Facts
Research of Antonio Gaudi results in discovering the "Formulas of Nature,"
and the pioneering concept of recycling waste materials to be utilized in architecture.
Church of Sagrad Familia (1882-1926, 1937- )
Photo taken of temporary school house built on site during construction.
Gaudi's assistant J.M. Jujol inspecting elements for the West facade
which was currently under construction.
Photo taken by James 1980.
Interior of model showing transversal supports.
Photo taken by James 1980.
James pretending to be sculpting stone at cathedral during construction.

Park Guell (1914) showing inclined columns and vertical stone colonnettes.

Casa Batllo (1906)

Ceiling detail of salon.


Sketch drawn by James.

View towards Sagrada Familia from roof of Casa Mila (1910).