In his notebook, young Gaudí draws shapes inspired by nature: a snail becomes a spiral staircase, a forest turns into a church, and a spider?s web heavy with drops of water changes into segments and circles. . . Nature?s architecture is fascinating! Gaudí is inspired by every element of nature and his imagination knows no bounds. Only eleven years old, he does not yet realise that his genius will make him one of the most revolutionary architects of al l time.