Gaudí was an architect with an innate sense of geometry and volume, as well as a great imaginative ability that allowed him to mentally project the majority of his works before passing them on to planes. In fact, rarely he performed detailed plans of his works; preferred recreate on three-dimensional models, molding all details according to contriving would mentally. On other occasions, it was improvising on the fly, giving instructions to his colleagues about what they should do.
Endowed with a strong intuition and creative capacity, Gaudí conceived its buildings in a holistic basis, both structural solutions, such as functional and decorative. Studied to the smallest detail of his creations, integrating architecture a series of crafts that dominated he himself perfectly: ceramics, glass, iron forging, carpentry, etc. It also introduced new techniques in the treatment of materials, such as his famous "trencadís" made with waste ceramic pieces.
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