Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926), a Spanish architect born in Barcelona, Spain had a unique vision. Although his first buildings were based upon Gothic architecture (Gothic revival), his style eventually became more fluid and organic. His later work, which is classified as Art Nouveau, combines many styles and shapes. Because of its relationship to natural forms, his architecture is often compared to dragons or sandcastles. Provide a variety of texts or articles focused on Gaudi's work, as well as photographs for students to use for research and small group discussion.