Casa Milà, Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera (= 'The Quarry'), is a building designed by Antoni Gaudí and built in 1905–1912.
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Casa Milà: the pen
The pen shape and details gently recall the building lines and style through a highly refined and excellent handcraft work.
The colour itself of the fountain pen has been created to resemble an undulating beach of fine sand, like the wavy facade of Casa Milà.
The clip and ring are handcrafted in vermeil and suggest the same original and sinuous design of the architectural elements of Gaudì's building.
Trims are in antique vermeil: sterling silver, plated with "faded" matt gold, that fades in silver at the top of the clip.
Casa Milà fountain pens are available in two versions:
The one-size T-Flex nib gives great performance in terms of accuracy, flexibility and lightness, and allows a perfect writing, meeting whatever a pressure.