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Casa Garriga Nogués

Download date: 10/04/2024


Casa Garriga Nogués, designed by the architect Enric Sagnier in 1904, is an absolute gem waiting to be rediscovered on Barcelona's Modernisme Route.

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A hidden treasure

Designed in an eclectic Modernista style by the architect Enric Sagnier, Casa Garriga Nogués is one of the buildings in the Quadrat d’Or, or Golden Square, a set of Eixample blocks so called because of the large number of Modernista buildings concentrated there.

The Casa Garriga facade is a mescladís, or mix, of Classical, Baroque and Modernista features, notably a balcony supported by four columns that the sculptor Eusebi Arnau designed to represent the four stages of life. Inside, a majestic, sinuous, marble staircase and the large stained-glass windows by Antoni Rigalt catch the eye.

Filled with works of art

The Garriga Nogués family lived on the first floor of this house, since declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, until 1936. And it was the home of the Francisco Godia Foundation art collection from 2007 to 2015.

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Location and contact

Location and contact

Casa Garriga Nogués

Diputació, 250
la Dreta de l'Eixample


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