In September 2015 I spent a wonderful weekend in Barcelona.  I was hugely excited by the prospects before me, seeing all the Gaudi architecture in the flesh, but knowing that there was a whole host of other architecture to take in.  

Other the usual suspects of La Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlo, Casa Mila there was one building I was keen to visit - the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (commonly known as MACBA).  The building as its name suggests is a museum of contemporary art - and it houses some fabulous works, but for me it’s Richard Meier’s building that’s the star, full of clean sharp lines, and with the wonderful Barcelona light such fabulous shadow play.  

As soon as I arrived I was in my element, I spent a wonderful few hours discovering new views, new shadows and new angles both inside and out.  

Here are some of the results …

More from some of the other fabulous sites in Barcelona in a future post

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