The Gaudí House Museum was the residence of the architect Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (1852-1926) from 1906 to 1925. The building, which was constructed as a show house for the Park Güell residential development project, was designed by Francesc d’Assís Berenguer i Mestres (1866-1914), Gaudí’s friend and right-hand-man.
The building evokes the period when the architect lived there, as well as exhibiting furniture and other objects that he designed.
The Gaudí House Museum has focused on illustrating the life and work of Gaudí above and beyond his status as an architect. For this reason, over the years furniture that he designed has been acquired, as well as objects and documents linked to his life. This collection is completed by outstanding objects designed by his collaborators.
The Gaudí House Museum is devoted to the more intimate side of the architect, as well as containing furniture and other objects that he designed and were produced under his supervision.
Note: The Gaudí House Museum is located in the free access area of Park Güell (this ticket doesn’t include access to the Monumental Zone of Park Güell).