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The Palau de la Música, was built
at the beginning of the 19th
century by the architect Lluís
Domènech i Montaner, one of ...
Carmela by
Jaume Plensa
display in front
of Palau de la
Musica
Catalana,
Barcelona
The Palau de
la Música is
located along
a narrow
street in the
Gothic
Quarter
Former ticket box, in an
entrance pillar
On the south side of the
building, at the top of the
facade, is an opulent
mosaic, made by artist
Lluís Bru which represen...
On the southeast corner of
the Palau de la Música,
you’ll find an awe-
inspiring sculpture which
seems to soar off the sid...
On the second floor, there are busts erected on the columns,
designed by Eusebi Arnau. These correspond, from left to righ...
On the first floor, a
balcony runs along the
façade with 14 columns
arranged in pairs. Each
column is covered with a
mosai...
The new six-story tower, projected by Oscar Tusquets and officially opened
in 1989, houses dressing rooms, a library, and ...
The new
entrance to
the Palau de
la Música is
through Palau
Square.
This square is
an outdoor
space which
faces the new
gl...
These days the square not
only offers locals a place to
relax on the staggered
steps but is also where the
Palau’s cafe an...
Upon entering the building you’ll step right into the Cafe Foyer. The visit
is free and this modernist space is open to th...
The wide arches are
complete with beautiful
red bricks and emerald
green tiles as the curve
towards the rose
decorated cei...
The foyer was created in the renovations of Tusquets and Díaz
from what originally were the headquarters of the Orfeó
Cata...
The foyer features a large counter where tapas and
beverages can be served to concert-goers or visitors
who are touring th...
From the vestibule, on the left and right, grand marble
staircases bring visitors to the second floor
From the vestibule, on the left and right, grand marble staircases bring visitors to the second floor
The underside
of the
staircases is
covered with
tiles that
form
gleaming
canopies on
either side of
the vestibule
grand marble staircases
ascend from between
crowned lamps on
columns to bring visitors
to the second floor
The balustrades of the staircases, also marble, are supported by
unusual transparent yellow glass balusters
Entrance - the orchestra stalls of the Concert Hall)
The Lluís Millet hall is a salon located on the second floor of the
Palau (opposite the orchestra stalls of the Concert Ha...
From floor to
ceiling the Lluís
Millet hall is two
stories high and
affords views of
the intricate
mosaics on the
two rows...
Incredibly elaborate art nouveau lamp
Eduard Toldra (1895-1962)
by Josep Manuel Benedicto
Throne of the Floral Games (1908)
Design by Josep Puig i Cadafalch
Juan Brull Vinyoles (1863-1921)
Armonia
Juan Llimona (1...
The Floral Games of Barcelona was held at the Palacio de la Música Catalana from
1914 until the Civil War. The queen, seat...
Victoria de los Angeles
(1923-2005)
This magnificently beautiful space, two-storeys high and ornate by several
busts of mu...
The balcony with its double colonnade decorated with
distinctive colours and ornamentation
Each of 14 column is covered with a mosaic
of different designs
Text: Internet
Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu
Daniela Iacob
Gabriela Balaban
Internet slide 2,3, 45, 51, 59b, 67
All copyright...
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The Palau de la Música, considered the most modernist building in the world, was built at the beginning of the 19th century by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner. The works of Domènech i Montaner are noteworthy due to their excellent combination of structural rationality with extraordinary ornamental features. These are inspired by Spanish-Arab architectural trends and by the curved lines of modernism. The Palau de la Música is the only modernist concert hall to have been granted UNESCO World Heritage status.

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  1. 1. The Palau de la Música, was built at the beginning of the 19th century by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, one of the leading modernist architects from Catalonia. This building served as the headquarters of the Catalan Symphony Orchestra. Inspired by Spanish-Arab architectural trends and by the curved lines of modernism, the Palau de la Música is now a central meeting point for Catalan cultural and social life. It is also the only modernist concert hall to have been granted UNESCO World Heritage status
  2. 2. Carmela by Jaume Plensa display in front of Palau de la Musica Catalana, Barcelona
  3. 3. The Palau de la Música is located along a narrow street in the Gothic Quarter
  4. 4. Former ticket box, in an entrance pillar
  5. 5. On the south side of the building, at the top of the facade, is an opulent mosaic, made by artist Lluís Bru which represents the members of the Orfeó Català dressed in an allegorical scene. The piece is hard to see from the street and for some reason that makes it all the more special
  6. 6. On the southeast corner of the Palau de la Música, you’ll find an awe- inspiring sculpture which seems to soar off the side of the building. This creation was made by sculptor Miquel Blay which he named ‘La cançó popular Catalana’ (the favorite Catalan song). The woman who represents songs, is accompanied by men and women representing Catalan music and art. Atop all the figures is Saint George, the Patron Saint of Catalonia, to protect them all
  7. 7. On the second floor, there are busts erected on the columns, designed by Eusebi Arnau. These correspond, from left to right, to the musicians Palestrina, Bach and Beethoven. Beyond the group sculpture, in the corner, we find Wagner
  8. 8. On the first floor, a balcony runs along the façade with 14 columns arranged in pairs. Each column is covered with a mosaic of different designs
  9. 9. The new six-story tower, projected by Oscar Tusquets and officially opened in 1989, houses dressing rooms, a library, and archives. Part of The Palau Square is comprised of grandstands in order to accommodate musical performances and popular festivals that call for an open-air setting Catalan composer Luis Millet sculpture by Josep Salvadó Jassans, 1991
  10. 10. The new entrance to the Palau de la Música is through Palau Square. This square is an outdoor space which faces the new glass-walled exterior. The glass wall, which makes the entirety of the interior visible to the public on the other side was made by architect Òscar Tusquets
  11. 11. These days the square not only offers locals a place to relax on the staggered steps but is also where the Palau’s cafe and bar spill out on sunny days. In the summer, there are grandstands which are brought out to accommodate musical performances and festivals. Catalan composer Luis Millet sculpture by Josep Salvadó Jassans 1991
  12. 12. Upon entering the building you’ll step right into the Cafe Foyer. The visit is free and this modernist space is open to the public all day long
  13. 13. The wide arches are complete with beautiful red bricks and emerald green tiles as the curve towards the rose decorated ceiling. Located at the entrance to the Palau de la Música, it is a multi-purpose hall ideal for any type of event: presentations, press conferences, exhibitions, lunches/dinners, cocktail parties etc
  14. 14. The foyer was created in the renovations of Tusquets and Díaz from what originally were the headquarters of the Orfeó Català.
  15. 15. The foyer features a large counter where tapas and beverages can be served to concert-goers or visitors who are touring the building. The bar is situated between massive pillars of brick and is illuminated from behind by expansive stained-glass panes that are suspended above it
  16. 16. From the vestibule, on the left and right, grand marble staircases bring visitors to the second floor
  17. 17. From the vestibule, on the left and right, grand marble staircases bring visitors to the second floor
  18. 18. The underside of the staircases is covered with tiles that form gleaming canopies on either side of the vestibule
  19. 19. grand marble staircases ascend from between crowned lamps on columns to bring visitors to the second floor
  20. 20. The balustrades of the staircases, also marble, are supported by unusual transparent yellow glass balusters
  21. 21. Entrance - the orchestra stalls of the Concert Hall)
  22. 22. The Lluís Millet hall is a salon located on the second floor of the Palau (opposite the orchestra stalls of the Concert Hall) named after one of the founders of the Orfeó Català. It is a popular gathering place for concert-goers and also this beautifully well- lit space is perfect for formal events such as exhibits, press conferences, lunches and dinners, company meetings etc
  23. 23. From floor to ceiling the Lluís Millet hall is two stories high and affords views of the intricate mosaics on the two rows of columns outside its windows that are much better than those available from the street
  24. 24. Incredibly elaborate art nouveau lamp
  25. 25. Eduard Toldra (1895-1962) by Josep Manuel Benedicto
  26. 26. Throne of the Floral Games (1908) Design by Josep Puig i Cadafalch Juan Brull Vinyoles (1863-1921) Armonia Juan Llimona (1860-1926) Alegoria della musica Catalana
  27. 27. The Floral Games of Barcelona was held at the Palacio de la Música Catalana from 1914 until the Civil War. The queen, seated on the throne, located in the middle of the stage, presided over the act surrounded by her bridesmaids and the authorities
  28. 28. Victoria de los Angeles (1923-2005) This magnificently beautiful space, two-storeys high and ornate by several busts of musicians related to the Palau, is renowned for its extensive stained glass windows which look out onto the balcony colonnade of the main facade
  29. 29. The balcony with its double colonnade decorated with distinctive colours and ornamentation
  30. 30. Each of 14 column is covered with a mosaic of different designs
  31. 31. Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Daniela Iacob Gabriela Balaban Internet slide 2,3, 45, 51, 59b, 67 All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2019 Sound: Orfeó Català - El cant dels ocells; Sospirs (Lluís Millet)

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