The Casa Batlló is a building by the architect Antoni Gaudí. Is one of the the highest representative of Catalan modernism. It is an integral remodeling of an existing by Emilio Sala Cortés. It is in the so-called Manzana de la discordia, because there are other houses in addition to this building of other modernist architects: the house Amatller, Casa Lleó Morera, Casa Mulleras and Casa Josefina Bonet Coquillat. The construction took place between 1904 and 1906. Gaudí designed the project to remodel the Casa Batlló at age 52. by then he had already overcome the historicist styles of the 19th century, and his architectural style had transcended to reflect a personal vision of architecture, of great originality and innovation. However, in Gaudi’s works, the design of the whole does not deprive the building concept of functionality. In this sense, it is important to highlight the importance given to both lighting and ventilation. To this end, a large central courtyard was set up in the center of the building, which was ventilation to the service rooms. While the living rooms and bedrooms overlooked the façade
The Casa Milà, popularly called La Pedrera, is a modernist building by the architect Antoni Gaudí, built between 1906 and 1910. The house was built by commission of the marriage Pere Milà i Camps and Roser Segimon i Artells, and Gaudí collaborated with his assistants Josep Maria Jujol, Domènec Sugrañes, Francesc Quintana, Jaume Bayó i Font, Joan Rubió, Enrique Nieto and Josep Canaleta, as well as the builder Josep Bayó i Font, who had worked with Gaudí in The Casa Batlló. The Casa Milà reflects the artistic fullness of Gaudí: it belongs to its naturalistic stage (first decade of the 20th century). Casa Milà was declared a Historical-Artistic Monument of National Character in 1969, and in 1984 the UNESCO included it in the World Heritage Site «Works of Antoni Gaudí», together with Palace Güell, Park Güell and the Crypt of the Colonia Güell. The building was built on a land of 34 by 56 meters, with 1835 m2 of surface. It consists of six floors articulated around two inner courtyards, one circular and another oval, plus a basement, a loft and roof. This structure houses two semi-detached and independent buildings, each with its own access door and its own patio […]
It is an emblematic walk of the city of Barcelona that runs between the square of Catalonia, principal center of the city, and the old port. The walk is full of people by day and late into the night. It is dotted with newsagents, flowers and others for deciding to replace the old stands of small animals, street performers, coffee shops, restaurants and shops. Near the port, they usually install flea markets, as well as painters and artists. Strolling along La Rambla you can see several buildings of interest, such as the Palace of the Virreina, as well as the market of La Boqueria and the famous theater of the Liceo in which operas are represented. Formerly in the current Rambla the river d’en Malla passed through, that went down the current street Balmes and down the current Rambla to end at some point between the current plaça del Duc de Medinacelli and plaça de la Mercè. With the construction of the wall of the Raval in the 15th century the river was diverted.
Located in the historic center of Vilafranca del Pendés, the capital of cava, we are working together with CreativeBcn. The apartment is 110 square meters. The owner has asked us to reform the 2 bathrooms, the kitchen and the “patio”. The owner bought this apartment to invest and his intention is to rent it. Today we are sharing with you a few pictures of the current looking and in a few months, we will show you the result!
Why Barcelona? Barcelona is a Mediterranean city. Investment in Barcelona has never been as profitable as it is now. Barcelona counts with 10 different districts. The Investment opportunities in Barcelona can vary depending on the neighbourhood. Also, it will depend on the kind of construction investment. To know more about it you can contact us. And we will let you know about the different opportunities. Investment in Barcelona and it’s rentability The renting profitability of a city is a good way to measure the possible earnings when investing. It works for both but we must keep in mind that this formula might not always work. At ComingTo we prefer to write a feasibility study for each inversion. As a result we will obtain clear information about the investment. Barcelona has the highest renting prices in Spain and is the city where are increasing faster. When investing is important to keep in mind what locals are looking for. And also foreigners looking for an apartment in the city. In Barcelona the apartments of 80 square meter are the ones with better profitability. Every district is different. If you want specific information of one or some let us know and we will send […]
At ComingTo we are specialised in assessing those willing to invest in Spain. Does not matter what you need, we can do it! Are you looking for… A unique space at Costa Brava at only 100 meters from the sea? A luxury apartment in Barcelona? A piece of land where to build? We only need to know what you need or wish and we will go with it. We have performed different projects such as Hotels, Apartment Buildings and single family houses between others. Let us asses and help you through all the process. The reasons to invest in Spain The Real Estate business it is on its best moment. Prices are in an upward trend. Therefore it is estimated that investments in the construction business are going to be high. The Spanish legal system helps those willing to invest in Spain. Also it does not distinguish between European and non European citizens. Spains economy has been growing on the last 4 economic cycles. As a result more than 2M jobs have been created. According to the Center for International Development of Harvard Spain will be the European country with highest growth until 2025. Meanwhile OCDE has chosen Spain as one of […]
This Catalan dance is a symbol of unity and pride in Barcelona. It consists of groups of people that take their hands together and lift them up; they dance giving small steps but precise, turning slowly while the people join to make the circle larger. The Catalan dance is complemented by a “cobla” a small group of musicians that accompany the dance with a selection of wind instruments directed by the “flaviol”, a type of flute, while the tambourine marks the rhythm. The best moment to watch an authentic Sardana is in a festival. The Festival Focs of Sant Joan on June 24th is an example.
Inaugurated on September 24th of 1957 y catalogued by the UEFA with the maximum distinction, is the stadium with the largest capacity in Europe and the second one of soccer in the world, with and actual number of 99354 spectators. The first official game that was hosted by Camp Nou, had place on October 6th of 1957 and Barcelona faced Real Jaen, in the match corresponding to the fourth day of the National Championship League First Division of the season 1957/58. The “Espai Barça” project, promoted by the current president Josep Maria Bartomeu, is a complete reform and unification of the environment occupied by the Camp Nou block and the Palau Blaugrana and the adjacent areas of the Mini Estadi, separated by the street Aristides Maillol. For the approval of this project, a referendum was held between the partners. The ‘yes’ victory was clear, with 72.3% voters’ approval, giving the green light to begin the process of obtaining the required licenses, along with the selection of projects for stadium remodeling and construction of a new sports pavilion. The project includes, among other actions, a deep remodeling and extension of the stadium called “Nou Camp Nou” and the construction of a […]
The expiatory temple of the Sagrada Familia, is a catholic basilica in Barcelona designed by the architect Antonio Gaudí. Initiated in 1882, it is still under construction. It’s a Gaud’s master project, and the maximum exponent of the modern Catalan architecture. It is one of the most visited monuments in Spain, together with el Museo del Prado and the Alhambra in Granada, and it is the church most visited in Europe after the San Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. Since the beginning the Sagrada Familia has been financed with charities and donations, what originated that in several occasions the works were slowed down or even stopped by the lack of contributions. By then, in 1905 the poet Joan Maragall wrote an article titled “Una gràcia de caritat”, to call the public’s attention to collaborate with the construction of the temple. While Gaudi was alive the crypt, the apse and the façade of the “Nacimiento” were the only things completed. The architect only got to see one of the towers crowned before his death, the San Bernabé. After his death, his helper Domènec Sugrañes was the one in charge (during the years 1926-1936), who finished the three towers left in the […]
Current studies accept the hypothesis that it was built on an ancient amphitheater or Roman arenas. The construction started in 1329. It was financed by the neighbors of the port and la Ribera, for which was agreed that it would belong exclusively to them. This construction stands out with the one of the cathedral that was constructed in those dates and that was associated to the monarchy, the nobility and the high clergy. It seems that the whole of the Ribera population actively participated in the construction, which carried the enormous stones destined to the construction of the church from the royal quarry of Montjuïc and from the beaches where the ships that had brought them to Barcelona, until the very square of the Borne, loading them in their backs, one by one. The main door of the church honors the coffins that helped its construction. The walls, the side chapels and the facade were finished around the year 1350. In 1379, near the end of the fourth section of vaults, the scaffolds burned and the stones suffered major damages. On November 3rd 1383, the last part of the vault was placed, and on August 15th of the following year […]