Bright and beautiful, Casa Batlló sits on one of Barcelona’s most beautiful street, Passeig de Gràcia. And while these particular Gaudi masterpeice was my favorite building in Barcelona, few know about it’s neighbor, Casa Amatller.
Sitting in contrast next to vibrant and magical dragon castle, is the blockly and beige Casa Amatller. With a pyramid of squares topping beige painted plaster contrasting the broken sea foam mosaic plaster, and a rainbow fish scale rooftop next door, Casa Amatller serves as the perfect contrast and match to Casa Batlló on Passeig de Gràcia.
In a city of detailed and modern architecture around every turn, it was spectacular to see how each type of architecture complemented each other in Barcelona.
This post is a part of the Daily Post Photo Challenge. What else have you seen that is a good, or perfect, match?