Street lamp near L'Arc de Triomf, this green-grey wiring plays with the shape and growth of the palm trees all around it.
The beach at Barceloneta has undergone a more recent regeneration, crisp lines and striking shapes keep it modern.
These benches on the beach, with their long shadows and a shape which curves into your body, are works of sculpture in themselves.
Even my coffee cup was a careful work of Spanish design, using graphics here from Pedro Almodovar's film 'Attame!' (Tie me up! Tie me Down!). I love Almodovar so this coffee was a highlight.
The paving stones designed by Gaudi on the Passeig de Gracia. On this street it is necessary to keep your eyes alert, to look from the ground to the road and up in to the balconies and facades of buildings to be satiated.
At Parc Guell, Gaudi has produced an artist's theme park; a bench mosaicked from salvaged tiles runs along the plateau like a lip.
All of the tiles are different, adapting in colour and pattern as the wall travels. It is tempting to take my camera to the whole thing, but I will leave you with only a few examples.