Casa Milà is also known by the name of La Pedrera or "open quarry" among locals, a reference to its unusual harsh slashed appearance, is an innovator working in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
The veneer is made out of expansive pieces of limestone from the Garraf Massif on the principal floor and from the Villefranche quarry for the larger amounts.
The squares were sliced to take after the plot of the projection of the model, at that point raised to their area and acclimated to adjust in a persistent bend to the pieces around them.
The building utilizes a totally unique answer for understanding the issue of an anteroom being excessively shut and dull.
Its open and breezy yards give a position of travel and are straightforwardly noticeable to those getting to the building. There are two yards in favor of the Passeig de Gracia and of the road Provence.