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Antoni Gaudí's Casa Batlló, designed in 1904, is a wonderful example of an urban home that strategically incorporates natural light into every room. I had the opportunity to tour this incredible home in November 2018. Here are a few of my favorite shots!

Front Façade

The Noble Floor

The Noble Floor

First Floor Hall

Patio of Lights

Gaudí designed two skylights, one on either side of the central elevator and stairwell, to provide natural light to all of the interior rooms. In order to keep the amount of light consistent on each floor, he used darker tiles and smaller windows at the top and lighter tiles and larger windows further down.

Patio of Lights

Patio of Lights


The loft incorporates indirect natural light and natural air ventilation into the space.

Roof Terrace

Patio Façade

Next time you're in Barcelona, I highly recommend visiting this inspiring home! For more information, check out their website.

xo, lighting designer in the wild


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