Marc Mascort I Boix
Ricard Sans Llauradó



Digital intervention over a photograph handed over by the Català Roca Archive, which illustrates, from the neighbourhood of the Brooklyn bridge, the location of the Hotel Attraction designed by Gaudí in 1908, in the Manhattan Downtown, in New York.

The building of the Hotel Attraction would involve the starting of the Bauharoque – a term deduced by the American artist Paul Laffoley-, which is the third phase of the modern architecture, often called post-modernism, trans-modernism, or neo-modernism. The chief aim is to translate the essence of the gaudinian architecture, and to carry it out employing actual means. The style of the building would be summed to the cultivated stylistic variety, which can be found in Manhattan.

Hotel Attraction 1908



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