This is another perspective of the central light well at Casa Batlló in Barcelona which is a grand house designed by Antoni Gaudí and is designated a world heritage site. It's hard to describe the artistry of this house which brings to mind organic themes from somewhere deep in the human psyche. Gaudi pushed beyond the limits accepted design over a hundred years ago and has become a source of inspiration for generations. The genius of Gaudi must be experienced first hand, as for me it was an awakening of sorts. His designs resonate with me in a surprising way; I never thought I could be so moved by a house. He expanded the horizons of architecture and design a century ago and yet I suspect his work is still centuries ahead of its time.
Inspiration in whatever form is like a window into another world that can be glimpsed briefly, like hints of another world through a brief parting of the veil. Gaudi's architecture, at least for me, is a premonition of a future that may one day exist, if not already in another world.
So these are some of the words I clumsily cobble together to describe my own experience and impressions of Antoni Gaudi's work. Next time they might be completely different, but for this moment, they are for me a fleeting glimpse into another world.