Casa Mila is an apartment building designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and located on Passeig de Gracia (Paseo de Gràcia) in Barcelona. The construction began taking place in the year 1906 and was not complete until December of 1910. This was the last civil work for Antoni Gaudí, something that he was quite proud of.
Like all of his past work, Casa Mila is a structure unlike any other buildings designed by other architects worldwide. With its many odd yet spectacular shapes, several floors freed of load bearing walls, distinct balconies and uniquely shaped windows is Casa Mila apart from the rest.
There are several fun exhibitions and activities that occur throughout the entire year, there where guests can gain a better understanding of Gaudi’s incomparable work and get an up close and personal look at such an incredible structure.
Throughout the years, several renovations and changes have taken place, yet despite the changes, the building itself has still remained and maintained what it was set out to appear by Gaudi himself. This is definitely one place not to be missed while visiting Barcelona.
Casa Mila in brief
|Place||Provenca 261-265, 08008, Barcelona, Spain|
|Locally Known As||La Pedrera|
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|Adult – 20.50 Euro // Student – 16.50 Euro // Children – 10.25 Euro
HERE (Casa Milà Skip-The Line Audio Guide Tour)
Did you know that Casa Mila was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in the year 1984?