The fences of the rooftop: history and curiosities
At the rooftop there is an element that goes unnoticed by visitors and is often surprising because it does not follow the sinuosity of the building: the perimeter fence of the interior Courtyards. Get more information here!
Innovations at Casa Milà-La Pedrera: the courtyards
Gaudí's architecture in all its glory: interior and exterior.
32 Unique and different balconies
Functionality and aesthetics are maintained in La Pedrera forged elements.
Gaudí “made holes” in the Casa Milà
Antoni Gaudí built La Pedrera so that the whole building would have natural light and direct ventilation.
The decorative elements of the La Pedrera apartments
During your visit in the La Pedrera residents’ apartment you will see some of the decorative elements Antoni Gaudí designed:.
Casa Milà is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
La Pedrera has been awarded the highest levels of heritage protection in the world
The doors of Casa Milà
Antoni Gaudí saw doors as both a functional and a decorative element.
Up and Down at La Pedrera
The vertical communications in La Pedrera consist of three staircases and two lift shafts.
The floors in La Pedrera
Antoni Gaudí introduced innovations in the ornamental work of the cement tiles and parquet in Casa Milà
The mural paintings of Casa Mila
The latest research by Dr Carlos Alejandro Lupercio has accredited the authorship of the mural paintings, and has identified the scenes depicted in the vestibules.