Disharmonious neighborhoods have nothing to do with Disharmony. They are the independent and visually impactful buildings on a famous luxury street in Barcelona. These buildings look out of tune and feel very interesting together. I really want to walk in and have a look. It’s also a pleasure to find a coffee shop on the corner when I’m tired and sit down and watch the rushing pedestrians.
The Guier Palace is on this street, the old and new buildings are mixed, it is indeed very good and harmonious
The name is very special, the scenery is not bad, I don't know what the meaning of the name is.
During the glory days of Spain, the construction industry was flourishing and thriving. Located on the southwest side of Barcelona’s Passeig de Gracia, there were three outstanding buildings in a short stretch of road, completed by three famous architects at the time. They were very different in style and had great contrast. It gives a strong visual impact and is jokingly called the "disharmonious neighborhood". Now the three century-old buildings are one of the must-see attractions for travelers. The first lion and mulberry house, designed by Luis Domenech Montaner, is very delicate and elegant, just like a bride’s wedding dress. The second Amayet House, designed by Jose Puig Kadafalque, is solemn and simple yet bright. Can be nicknamed the "chocolate house" The third Casa Batllo, designed by Antoni Gaudí, is unconventional and full of magic. Like a very theme play house. When the night lights first came on, the three houses were full of magical colors and exudes a dreamy atmosphere under the shroud of lights, making the fog obsessed with it. Buy a postcard of a discordant street at night to collect it.
Disharmonious neighborhoods have nothing to do with Disharmony. It means that the buildings in this area have different styles, and it can be said that there are quite a few buildings that are relatively unconventional. That’s why they have this name, and there are also Gaudí’s masterpieces. The building can be visited here