Antonio Gaudi: to a dancing god

Australia, 1974

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Filmed in Barcelona, this program is an examination of the Art Nouveau architecture and philosophy of Spanish architect, Antonio Gaudi. It takes a retrospective look at his work, exploring the strong, sure buildings, churches and mosaics that were his masterpiece. This film was submitted by Theo Mathews as his thesis for an Associateship in Architecture at the Western Australian Institute of Technology. Suitable for Middle-Upper Secondary students.

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Theo Matthews

Duration

00:31:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1974

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