Gaudí


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Gau·dí

 (gou′dē, gou-dē′), Antoni or Antonio 1852-1926.
Spanish architect who developed a startling new style that paralleled developments in art nouveau. His most celebrated work is the unfinished Sagrada Familia (the Church of the Holy Family) in Barcelona.
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Gaudí

(ˈɡaʊdɪ; Spanish ɡauˈði)
n
(Biography) Antonio (anˈtonjo). 1852–1926, Spanish architect, regarded as one of the most original exponents of Art Nouveau in Europe and noted esp for the church of the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
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Gau•dí

(gaʊˈdi)
n.
Antonio, 1852–1926, Spanish architect.
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