Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona
The Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona is a modernist building designed by the architect Antoni Falguera i Sivilla located in the Eixample district of Barcelona on 110 Bruc Street.
The building is notable for its brick and stone construction and the main façade flanked by two towers with pointed tops reminiscent of the 15th century castles. The building was constructed in the years 1916-1927 and today it houses the Music Conservatory of Barcelona, a public centre for music education. The origins of the institution date back to 1886 when the Municipal Band of Barcelona decided to create a centre to create a centre for training people to become musicians.