Casa LleMorera, the Lion and Mulberry House, is one of the three famous buildings in the disharmonious neighborhood, designed by Montanello. Flower handle tiles, reliefs and stained glass are all exquisite and elegant, fully reflecting the style of Montanell "Architect of Flowers". The disharmony of the disharmonious block is that there are three buildings with different styles side by side, from No. 35 to No. 43. No. 43 is Gaudi's Bartlett House, next to No. 41 is Kadafalk's medieval Dutch-style Amartje House, and No. 35 on the corner is a circular Lion and Mulberry House designed by Montanell, now Loewe's exclusive store. Loewe is a major luxury brand in Spain. Its main products are leather goods, clothing, perfume, glasses and so on. It was first founded in 1846. Loewe has many stores in China.
In 1906, the building won the annual Barcelona Art Architecture Award. Mosaic, sculpture, ceramics, furniture and some decorations were completed by different architects. Mulberry patterns can be seen on the terrace decoration, because the name Morella itself means mulberry.
The disharmony of the disharmonious block" lies in the three buildings with different styles, from No. 35 to No. 43. No. 43 is Gaudi's Bartlett House, next to No. 41 is Kadafalk's medieval Dutch-style Amartje House, and No. 35 is Montanell's circular Casa Lleo Morera.
Designed by Domenech, it is one of the oldest buildings in the expansion area, with a modern style floral facade. It is one of the three important buildings in Barcelona's inharmonious neighborhoods. Now it's the exclusive store of the Spanish luxury brand loewe.
The Lion and Mulberry House, also known as Yeo Morella's House, Bartlett's House and Almaty's House, is also known as the three major buildings in the disharmonious neighborhood. Scenic spots could have been visited, and English guides could have been booked. We started last October and were told not to visit before we left. Lions and mulberry houses are not as conspicuous as Bartlett's and Almaty's.
Exquisite sculptures, gorgeous glass wrapped in the building. European architecture is very detail-oriented and can be clearly shown here.