16 Apr How Barcelona Brings out our Creative Minds
How Barcelona Brings out our Creative Minds
Want to know how Barcelona brings out our creative minds? Read the 3 ways in which Barcelona has the capacity to spark your creativity. With its colors and liveliness, you are bound to be inspired. Indeed, Barcelona is a city of artists with absolutely beautiful architecture, and with a summertime atmosphere you cannot miss!
1. The Summertime Atmosphere: A Source for Creativity
It is common to say that working in a good environment helps us work more energetically and efficiently. It stimulates our mood and creativity, making Barcelona is the perfect place to work! Very near your workplace you can find a wide range of traditional restaurants, such as tapas bars and Latin American restaurants that will make you drool. Wherever you work! In addition, you can spend weekends admiring the various monuments that adorn the city. There are various metro and bus routes that connect the whole city, and unlike some big European cities, the transport here can be trusted!
Furthermore, Barcelona is a city full of art. So, let’s start with a small tour designed the readers who love contemporary art!
2. The city of the artists
This famous Picasso museum is five minutes from el Parque de la Ciutadela. It has over 4,251 permanent works by Pablo Picasso. Among them, you can see his 58-painting-series from 1957 as well as a complete engravings collection, without forgetting some of his works from 1917, and others linked to the painter’s well-known blue era. Indeed, Picasso is a major influencer in the world of art, that is why his works could be a good source of inspiration. It is a musem worth the visit if you are passing through the city.
Museu d’Art Contemporani
This museum was designed by the American architect Richard Meier between 1987 and 1995. The museum is located in the El Raval district contains works mainly from the second half of the 20th century and exhibits lots of work from young contemporary Catalan artists. Its glass front leads to a bright and luminous inside and immediately reminds us if the very modern side of architecture. Moreover, it is also in contrast with the more traditional architecture we can find in Barcelona’s areas such as El Barrio Gótico.
Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
This museum is located ten minutes from the Parque de Montjuïc. It is a very large museum with gothic architecture, and offers exhibitions from the Middle Ages inspired by Roman and Gothic art. Thus, you can contemplate the various collection of coins, engravings and photographs, as well as browse the Biblioteca General d’Història de l’Art.
3. Architecture : a Barcelona keyword
Torres Toyo Ito
In addition, the Torres Toyo Ito are impressive buildings created by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito. They are located in Hospitalet de Llobregat en la plaza de Europa. They are the second largest buildings in the district. The red building, which is inspired by nature and especially the lotus flowers, a Japanese emblem, has become a 26-storey luxury hotel and the second one has offices on its 23 floors. It is obvious that this mix of architectural styles are the charm of the city!
If you liked this topic, have a look at the influencers of Barcelonian architecture, which goes into even more depth on the subject!
So that concludes our analysis of how Barcelona is a city with the capacity to bring out your creative side. We suggest you pay this exceptional city a visit. If you are looking for a home to rent or sale, check out our website for more information. Moreover, more interesting blogs are available and worth a read if you are a curious mind looking into Barcelona!