Gaudi Second World Congress Barcelona

The Universitat of Barcelona, The Gaudí Research Institute and Gaudí Barcelona Projects invites you to take part in the Gaudí World Congress and discover an unknown Gaudí. All conference will showcase a new account of Gaudí to the international scientific community.

Gaudi Second World Congress BarcelonaFrom 4 to 7 October 2016, the Historical Building of the University of Barcelona will host the Second World Congress on Gaudí, a biennial event organized by The Gaudí Research Institute with the University of Barcelona, where Antoni Gaudí received the title of Architect in 1878. The congress devoted to research on the life and work of Antoni Gaudí. Its global approach is based on the many different areas into which this universal genius delved during his lifetime. Leading world specialists will, for the first time, share their very latest discoveries, as well as those accumulated over decades of research and development. These discoveries reveal Gaudí to be a truly multidisciplinary creator on a par with the great geniuses of the Renaissance.

This event aims to have an international impact and launch new lines of technological, creative and business research worldwide. It is aimed at individuals, corporations, universities and research centres, including social, art and cultural researchers and historians, professionals from the worlds of architecture, town planning and industrial and creative design, supply professionals and corporations, facility, energy and sustainability engineers and technicians, creators of light structures and mathematical application and 3D IT academics, among others.

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