In 1955, Barba Corsini renovated the attic space in Antonio Gaudí's famous La Pedrera house in Barcelona, transforming laundry and storage rooms into 13 modern apartments. To enhance the modernist style of their interior, Corsini designed custom furniture and lighting, including coffee tables and lamps from the Pedrera series.
He was particularly inspired by the vaulted ceilings of the house and the characteristic cylindrical chimneys with motifs of perforation. For this project, Corsini received international recognition. Later, the ANA pendants and ABC table lamps were designed based on Corsini's work by his successor Ruiz Millet as a tribute to his teacher.