This stunning Modernista building was designed by Josep Puig i Cadafalch and dates back to 1901. It is somewhat reminiscent of the Moorish-style palaces in Andalusia with the open central courtyard, but adds traditional Modernista elements such as floral motifs and mosaic tiles, as well as sculptures by famous artists such as Eusebi Arnau. Today it's part of the Foundation La Caixa and acts as an exhibition centre, however it's worth paying to go into one of the exhibitions just to look around the building.
Architecture is very distinctive. Yes, it has European characteristics. Playing exceptionally well
It's worth visiting. It's a very distinctive building. It's beautiful.
Especially typical Spanish style, absolutely worth coming.
It's good to look at the details. The doorframes are all my favorite iron.
The name is very nice, the architecture is also very beautiful.
It's probably a feeling that Spain has so much to like.