La Pedrera Barcelona
Casa Milà (1906-1912) is a building built by the architect Antoni Gaudí commissioned by Pere Milà and Roser Segimon. The name of the building, "Casa Milà", is due to this fact, it was the new residence of the Milà family. The couple occupied the main floor and rented the rest of the houses.
Casa Milà is the most emblematic civil building of Antoni Gaudí, both for its constructive and functional innovations and for ornamental and decorative solutions. It is a total work of art.
Visit La Pedrera and you will enter the world of Antoni Gaudí. You will discover in first person how nature is the origin and inspiration of the building.
Casa Milà, known as La Pedrera, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A unique building, a masterpiece of nature where you can understand in depth the imaginary of Gaudí.
La Pedrera is also the only interpretation center of Gaudí in Barcelona, essential to know all the work of the architect and his inspiration. In total you will visit 4,500 m2 spread over five floors.
With this visit you will be able to go through the air, and with a complete audio guide, the following spaces of the building: the iconic roof and its spectacular skylights and chimneys; Espacio Gaudí, an old laundry room located in the attic; the period floor that recreates the life of a Barcelona bourgeois family from the first third of the 20th century; the Patios of Paseo de Gracia and Provenza and the Exhibition Hall, located on the main floor and former residence of the Milà lords.
Visit La Pedrera and you will live the experience of entering magical spaces where Gaudí's natural inspiration can be felt in every corner.