Josep Maria Jujol (1879 - 1949) was born in Tarragona, Spain. After school, he went to Barcelona, where he first studied at the Faculty of Sciences and later at the School of Architecture of Barcelona obtaining a degree in architecture in 1906. In 1904, he began collaborating with Gaudí, and never neglected his professional relationship with the great architect until his death in 1927, assisting in the construction of buildings such as La Pedrera, Parc Guell, and other works.

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