Casa de les Punxes, also known as Casa Terrades, is one of the most iconic monuments of Catalan modernism. In 1905, Bartomeu Terradas commissioned Josep Puig i Cadafalch to design three houses: one for each of his daughters. The result was a unique building that features three different entrances from street level and is reminiscent of an old Mediaeval castle with its characteristic towers.
Casa de les Punxes is a modernist urban palace that takes inspiration from Mediaeval architecture, one of the most iconic buildings in Barcelona and key to understanding Catalan modernism.
-You will learn about the history of Casa de les Punxes
-You will discover the legend of Sant Jordi depicted on the walls of the building (it was a source of inspiration for the modernists)
-You will also visit the interior rooms, climb the six towers and discover the sundial and angel that adorn the building. Available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese and Chinese.