We inform that Casa Batlló uses cookies of third parties in order to obtain information of users accessing to the website.

If you wish to get more information press hereAccept.

Artisan Paperweight Tile Passeig de Gràcia

Product in stock
1 customers viewing this

This piece was designed by Antoni Gaudí in 1904 to be put on Passeig de Gràcia. The most prestigious street in Barcelona at that time, and arguably today. It is a hexagonal-shaped tile. An innovative feature given that it broke with the tradition of square brick tiles with three different shapes inspired by three marine elements. A starfish, a seaweed of the sargassum genus, and a fossil snail from the class ammonites. The complete drawing can only be seen with seven tiles and is a sample of the close relationship between Gaudí's work and nature. Another peculiarity of this tile is its monochrome color, instead of the usual multichromatic use. Texture replaces color diversity, which provides lights and shadows. Decorate with it your fridge or your space with this beautiful magnet that will brighten up any room.

The piece is designed and produced by hand in Barcelona. The same workshop has participated in the previous restoration of all the ceramics in Casa Batlló. Following an artisan process consisting of modeling the piece in clay and decoration by hand, reproducing the work's original colors. It is a product with the PAQ (Qualified Artisan Product) distinctive of the Generalitat de Catalunya. Elevate your space to modernist art with this beautiful piece.

Diameter: 10 cms

Pagos 100% seguros
visa master expresspaypal