Calle del Bisbe, 5
08002 Barcelona (Catalonia)
A wide range of styles
It has an interesting interior courtyard with Romanesque arches and Gothic windows.
The building has a range of styles deriving from the various remodelling projects it has undergone. The oldest work dates from the late 12th and early 13th centuries. The building conserves a Romanesque-style gallery with arches supported on twin columns, which gives onto the courtyard. This same courtyard also contains Gothic elements such as the 14th-century windows. The façade which gives onto the Plaza Nova square is the work of Josep Mas, and has wooden balconies. The latest work dates from 1928, and involved the façade on the Garriga i Bachs square.
- Construction: Palace
- Artistic period: Gothic
- Historic period: 15th century, 12th century
- Setting: School of Architects, Casa de L'Ardiaca house.
From Monday to FridayFrom 08:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Only the courtyard can be visited.
- Admission free