I love Antoni Gaudí's modernist architecture—but I always thought the Sagrada Familia looked like a insectoid nest built by giant alien wasps. When it's completed in 2026, it will truly look like a majestic alien cathedral to adore Gozer and Zuul.
When Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí was tragically killed by a train in 1926, he was in the middle of building of his masterpiece—the Barcelona basilica, Sagrada Familia. Eighty-six years later, the church still isn't complete. But according to Jordi Faulí, the current architect on the magnificent life-sized sand castle, it'll be done by 2026. This is what it's going to look like.