Macaya House is a building located in the district of l'Eixample, Paseo de San Juan, number 108, designed by modernist architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch. The building in which stresses its white stucco facade and carved stone reliefs and wrought iron windows and balconies. The house, built in 1901 has an asymmetric platform also very characteristic and input, like all the houses of the time has an entrance for carriages. The building belongs to the bank "la Caixa" is used for art exhibitions. The whole interior is finely decorated and ornamented with lines of Catalan modernism. For this, the author had the help of Eusebi Arnau and Alfons Jujol on the sculptures, Manel Ballarín in wrought iron, and Joan Paradis in graffiti on its facade. It was declared a National Cultural Interest in 1976.
|Neighbourhood||Dreta de l'Eixample (Eixample)|
|Geographical coordinates||41.3997845, 2.1693811|
|Address||08037 Barcelona, Paseo de Sant Joan 108|
|Construction dates||1901 - 1901|
|How to arrive?||official transport site|