The homies and I took a pit stop in Barcelona for a few days – spanglish was in abundance making Kauls bilingual skill set that much more valuable to the crew. Little did you know he is a savage savant.
Honestly, I had never seen my homie so hungover in their life – it was debilitating to witness. Check out Fim looking pretty jacked up while Mike and Rich rested their Terries.
Construction of Sagrada Família commenced in 1882 by architect Francisco Paula de Villar with Gaudí becoming involved in 1883 after Francisco resigned as the head architect. Taking over the project, Gaudí transformed it with his architectural and engineering style, combining Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms. Gaudí devoted his last years to the project, and at the time of his death at age 73 in 1926, less than a quarter of the project was complete.
Sagrada Familia’s construction progressed slowly, as it relied on private donations and was interrupted by the Spanish Civil War, only to resume intermittent progress in the 1950s. Construction passed the midpoint in 2010 with some of the project’s greatest challenges remaining and an anticipated completion date of 2026, the centenary of Gaudí’s death.