Casa Milà, most commonly referred to as La Pedrera, is a modernist building in Barcelona designed by reknowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi in 1906.
In typical fashion Gaudi seeks to find natural curves and organic shapes, avoiding straight lines and obvious symmetries.
On the roof we see the sculptural elements which have become one of Gaudi’s hallmarks, including a small moisaic archway which seems to perfectly frame the view to what would finally be his greatest work La Sagrada Familia.

UNESCO declared La Pedrera a World Heritage Site in 1984.