Modern Barcelona Houses, 20th Century Catalan Villas, North East Spain Homes Photos

20th Century Barcelona Houses

Spanish Residential Buildings – Modern Homes in Catalonia – key residential examples

post updated 2 Mar 2021

Famous 20th Century Barcelona Houses

20th Century Catalonian Residential Architecture – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Casa Batlló, Eixample
Design: Antoni Gaudi Architect
Casa Batlo
photo © Adrian Welch
Casa Batlo Barcelona
This famous Catalan building is a remodelling of an older house. It is located on the west side of the street, just south of the larger Gaudi building diagonally opposite. The building is known colloquially as Casa dels ossos – House of Bones in English.

Casa Milà – La Pedrera, Eixample
Design: Antoni Gaudi Architect
Casa Milà - 20th Century Barcelona Houses
photo © Adrian Welch
Casa Mila Barcelona
Casa Mila is a beautiful sculptural building that expresses pure tectonic delight and unlike Sagrada Familia (also by Antoni Gaudi) its architecture is simpler and less specific, therefore in many ways more sophisticated.

Casa Amatller, Eixample
Design: Puig i Cadafalch, Architect
Amatller House

Casa Bellesguard
1902
Design: Antoni Gaudí

Casa Calvet, Eixample
Design: Antoni Gaudi
Calvet House
The Casa Calvet de Barcelona (1899) is one of Antoni Gaudí’s earliest buildings. Some people consider it his most conservative work but it also contains markedly modernista elements, such as the façade which terminates in a curve and the attic balconies, which look like something from a fairy tale. The ground floor now houses a restaurant.

Casa Domènech Estapà, Eixample
Design: Josep Domènech Estapa, Architect
Domenech Estapa House - 20th Century Barcelona Houses
photo © Adrian Welch
Domenech Estapa House

Casa Lleó Morera, Eixample
Design: Lluís Domènech i Montaner Architect
Casa Lleó Morera
photo © Adrian Welch
Lleo Morera House
Located at the other end of the block along Paseo de Gracia to Casa Battlo by Anton Gaudi this is a beautiful, florid building that turns the corner in traditional Barcelona grid style. Another building by Lluis Domenech is located in the next block to the north: Editorial Montaner i Simon.

Casa La Clota, northeast Barcelona
1999
Design: Enric Miralles / Benedetta Tagliabue – EMBT

Casa Vicens, north Barcelona
1885
Design: Antoni Gaudí Architect

More 20th Century Catalan Homes information online soon

Location: Barcelona, Catalunya, North East Spain, south western Europe

Barcelona Architectural Designs

Contemporary Architecture in Barcelona – architectural selection below:

Barcelona Architecture Designs – chronological list

Barcelona Architecture Walking Tours

Barcelona Houses

Modern Houses

Barcelona Buildings

Modern Architecture

Modern Architects

Modern Homes

Barcelona Housing

Modern House

Modern Housing

Comments / photos for the 20th Century Barcelona Houses page welcome

20th Century Barcelona Houses – page

Website: Barcelona