Collection inspired by the conoid forms that Gaudí used for the Provisional Schools of the Sagrada Familia.
The roof of the Provisional Schools of the Sagrada Familia is a temporary structure built by Antoni Gaudí on the site of the current Basilica of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. The Provisional Schools were built in 1909 to house the school for the children of the workers who were building the basilica. The design of the roof is typical of Gaudí's style, which used an undulating, curved wooden structure to create an organic shape that resembles the waves of the sea.
The roof of the Sagrada Família Provisional Schools is considered an outstanding example of Gaudí's design and construction technique, showcasing his ability to work with organic materials and create natural, flowing forms. Although it is a temporary structure, the roof has been preserved and can be visited today as part of the sightseeing tour of the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia.