But Gaudi’s designs aren’t only about creating visually stunning architectural masterpieces, organic in form, and liquid like in appearance. Bellesguard, an exquisite Manor house and Casa Vicens, a family home, break away from Gaudi’s norms of organic forms, rooting towards functionality and structural systems. Casa Calvet, on the other hand, can be clearly considered as one of his conventional works. Its symmetry, balance and orderly rhythm are unusual for Gaudí's works. But then again, most of his structures are steel structures, complete with curtain walls, making the facades self-supporting and effortlessly organic.