Casa Batlio - Room Jujol reception setup

Host your special celebration in the jewel of Gaudi's Casa Batlio - The Noble Floor

The organic beauty and delicate structural emphasis of Casa Batlio

The organic beauty and delicate structural emphasis of Casa Batlio

Casa Batlio - Exterior detail at window

The curvalinear shapes and exquisite details of the walls and windows

The rich colors and unique appearance of the interior tiled walls

The rich colors and unique appearance of the interior tiled walls

Casa Batlio - Room Jujol interior

An incomparable setting for a recption or special event of any occasion

Casa Batlio - Closeup at roof

The serpentine shapes and seaworthy colors of the roofs of Casa Batlio

  • Casa Batlio - Room Jujol reception setup
  • The organic beauty and delicate structural emphasis of Casa Batlio
  • Casa Batlio - Exterior detail at window
  • The rich colors and unique appearance of the interior tiled walls
  • Casa Batlio - Room Jujol interior
  • Casa Batlio - Closeup at roof

Casa Batlio

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Designed by architect Antoni Gaudí in 1906 as a private home, Casa Batlio is now a museum offering some of the most extraordinary historic event spaces in Europe.

There is just no substitute for the artistry of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. Anyone who visits Barcelona cannot help but be drawn to and inspired by the works of this early 20th century Art Nouveau architect. Casa Batlio is one of several museums of Gaudí in Barcelona and one of the most intimate in scale. It was designed as a home for textile merchant Joseph Batlio and built between 1904 and 1906.

The building is simply beautiful. It is dominated by curved walls and spherical and asymmetrical undulating shapes that define floor levels and the roof. Structural elements resembling bones frame and shape the window openings. From the exterior the windows are highlighted with decorative cast iron railings. Large wall sections of carved stone are complemented by intricate mosaics of colored glass and ceramics. Altogether, the appearance is organic, as in a painting or a dream.  Gaudí expressed his passion for sealife in his use of marine colors and unique forms at the roof level. The exquisite character of the building exterior carries throughout to the interior spaces, with colorful and free-formed walls.

The mystical Casa Batlio interiors, and the rooftop, provide colorful and striking backdrops for a business reception or social gathering.  Casa Batlio can be rented for exclusive use or by individual featured space(s) within the residence. Of the many options available, the Paseo de Gracia, on the first floor (actual second floor), is one of the most unique.

Recognized as a Unesco World Heritage site along with other Gaudí works, Casa Batlio is considered “a masterpiece of form, color and light.”

 

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Awards and certifications

Below are the awards and accolades gained by Casa Batlio

Contact details

Casa Batlio
Passeig de Gracia 43
08007 Barcelona, Spain
34.93.216.0306
www.casabatlio.es