I was up late doing a little mosaicking in front of the TV and I switched back over to the ABC and was lucky enough to come across this documentary.
From the Age:
But his house in the favela is in true Gaudi style – intuitive, organic, fanciful, amazing. No wider than a garage, it snakes up, down and around and boasts a rooftop garden like no other, all of it painstakingly built over 16 years from found objects, discarded materials and a few frugal purchases on land that he doesn’t strictly own.
Gaudi scholars are so impressed by the originality but similarity of Estevao’s art and architecture, they invite him to Barcelona to see the work of the Catalan architect and record his sensitive and observant reactions.
I really enjoyed this especially the Barcelona parts in the Parc Guell. I’ve looked at many photos of this park so I kept recognising different mosaics.
“Gaudí en la favela” 
I have been trying to think of something I can mosaic onto the spa box casing and I think I have finally hit on something.
The Rainbow ancestor of Maori culture. Many years ago I saw the Te Maori Exhibition in Dunedin and there is something very special about the Uenuku carving that was present.
So I was thinking the Uenuku figure maybe with a rainbow in the background.
I googled Uenuku so see what kind of things were out there and came across this
which has some elements in common with what I was thinking although isn’t exactly the same. I’m wondering what to use for tesserae. This may be a good opportunity to use some of the stained glass I have which should be a bit lighter. And mosaic mesh probably isn’t a bad idea. I’ve drawn the basic cartoon out so far in pencil.
Something to ponder…