Construction began almost 138 years ago on the mammoth and absurdly intricate Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, the world’s most notorious incomplete building
Barcelona may be best known for the distinctive modernismo of Antoni Gaudí, but it abounds with architectural marvels from Catalan gothic churches to high-tech towers.
Montreal's Moment Factory is 12 years old and the interactive multimedia studio is so successful that staff numbers have almost doubled in the past year and it is considering opening offices in LA, New York and Europe. But can a loose culture of multidisciplinary teams incubated in one giant room survive that much growth?
131 years after Antoni Gaudí was appointed to build a church on the edge of Barcelona, architects from across the globe are still working out how to complete it, says Owen Pritchard.