Gaudí's panot is a hexagonal tile inspired by the seabed and nature. It is an infinite mosaic in which you need 7 tiles together to be able to see the whole in its entirety: a starfish, a snail and a seaweed. An embossed tile made with the intention that the light and shadows give sinuosity and continuous movement like the waves in the sea.
Gaudí's panel was initially designed for Casa Batlló in Barcelona but as it did not arrive in time he used it for Casa Milà or Pedrera. It currently paves the entire Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona and is one of Gaudí's most universal elements that is even exhibited at the MOMA in New York.