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Design in Barcelona

Ever since Gaudí’s era, Catalonia’s capital has been a hotbed for creative free-thinkers. Its independent stores, fabled architecture and museums are fantasies for design lovers.


Modernista opulence at the Palau de la Música Catalana

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Barcelona’s design museum lies inside a new monolithic building with geometric façades and a Brutalist appearance that has earned it the local nickname la grapadora (the stapler). It houses a dazzling collection of ceramics, decorative arts and textiles (; Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes; 10am– 8pm Tue–Sun; from £3.80).

The Hope of a Condemned Man series at the Fundació Joan Miró
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