Masia Freixa

Masia Freixa, Terrassa - Spain, Lluís Muncunill
Construction year: 1910
Address: Pl. de Josep Freixa i Argemi | TERRASSA | Spain
Latitude/Longitude: 41.56305, 2.00429

Masia Freixa is a house designed in Art Nouveau style. Lluís Muncunill i Parellada, the architect was highly inspired by the master of Art Nouveau, Antoni Gaudí. The construction was made between 1905 and 1910 on an existing structure of an old industrial textile factory of Josep Freixa, who then re-converts in his family home. In this structure the new architectural gestures are the rounded profiles and the use of parabolic arc, making the building one of the architectural jewels of the city’s modernist heritage.

Masia Freixa has a hall, a hall and porch, outdoor space available for events and catering. Given that is a listed building, the facility has natural light and electricity. Of note its uniqueness, originality and exclusivity, so that it becomes a unique architectural gem of Modernism.

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