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Casa Comalat. Arquitecte Salvador Valeri i Pupurull. 1911. Avinguda Diagonal 442. Barcelona. Modernisme

Casa Comalat. Arquitecte Salvador Valeri i Pupurull. 1911. Avinguda Diagonal 442. Barcelona. Modernisme

Maison Gorky (Ancien Hôtel Particulier de Wladimir Riabouchinski) - Escalier Intérieur - Architecte F.O Shekhtel - Moscou - 1900-03

Maison Gorky (Ancien Hôtel Particulier de Wladimir Riabouchinski) - Escalier Intérieur - Architecte F.O Shekhtel - Moscou - 1900-03

Art Nouveau - Hotel Hannon

Art Nouveau - Hotel Hannon

La Fermette Marbeuf, Paris 1898

La Fermette Marbeuf, Paris 1898

La Casa Comalat es un edificio modernista situado en el número 442 de la avenida Diagonal y con fachada posterior en el número 316 de la calle Córcega en Barcelona, siendo un proyecto del año 1906 efectuado en 1911 por el arquitecto Salvador Valeri i Pupurull (1873-1954).

La Casa Comalat es un edificio modernista situado en el número 442 de la avenida Diagonal y con fachada posterior en el número 316 de la calle Córcega en Barcelona, siendo un proyecto del año 1906 efectuado en 1911 por el arquitecto Salvador Valeri i Pupurull (1873-1954).

Arte en Barcelona | by Dissenyador-il-lustrador-Fotografia

Arte en Barcelona | by Dissenyador-il-lustrador-Fotografia

Puerta Dragón, Finca Güell by Antoni Gaudí

Puerta Dragón, Finca Güell by Antoni Gaudí

Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau

SHARED BY RALEIGH DeGEER AMYX - CIRCA 1930 - STUNNING ART DECO - Marine Building, Vancouver, Canada

SHARED BY RALEIGH DeGEER AMYX - CIRCA 1930 - STUNNING ART DECO - Marine Building, Vancouver, Canada

Douai France

Douai France

Buenos Aires,from Iryna

Buenos Aires,from Iryna

Casa Sayrach (1918) Manuel Sayrach. The architectural bones of Barcelona are bizarre and fabulous.

Casa Sayrach (1918) Manuel Sayrach. The architectural bones of Barcelona are bizarre and fabulous.

ART NOUVEAU LUXEMBOURG

ART NOUVEAU LUXEMBOURG

The creator of this wonder was Salvador Valeri i Pupurull (Barcelona, 1873-1954). He studied at the Polytechnic School of Madrid and the School of Architecture of Barcelona, where he earned his architect in 1899. He was one of the participants in the modernist movement heavily influenced by Gaudí.

The creator of this wonder was Salvador Valeri i Pupurull (Barcelona, 1873-1954). He studied at the Polytechnic School of Madrid and the School of Architecture of Barcelona, where he earned his architect in 1899. He was one of the participants in the modernist movement heavily influenced by Gaudí.