The villa is included in Catalonia's catalog of cultural heritage.
Exclusive interior in villa Spain


Exclusive interior in villa Spain
Hydraulic floor tiles, adorned with vibrant and floral mosaics, have been an integral feature of Catalonia's iconic Modernist architecture for over a century, popularized by legendary architects such as Antoni Gaudí.

Originating in Catalonia during the mid-19th century, these tiles soon gained popularity across America and Europe, due to their durability in comparison to marble. Created by molding and pressing cement, the term 'hydraulic' does not refer to the pressing technique but rather the cement's hardening property upon contact with water.

At Villa Rosa, each tile is a unique and handcrafted work of art, adding to the property's charm and character.

Villa Rosa boasts of unique, handcrafted tiles that exude charm and character, contributing to the property's overall appeal.

Villa Rosa, a luxury home in Barcelona
Villa Rosa is a magnificent display of a diverse range of Modernist art forms, brimming with intricate details and captivating forms.
The ceilings of each room are a sight to behold, each one bespoke and perfectly complementing its surroundings.

From 1870 onwards, craftsmen utilized the reed and plaster technique to fashion ceilings. This method involved constructing a foundation of reeds and subsequently embellishing it with plaster and ornate designs. However, with the advent of sturdier and safer techniques, the popularity of the reed and plaster method waned. Moreover, the need to incorporate ventilation, air conditioning, and lighting systems necessitated a gap between the ceiling and false ceiling to conceal machinery, cables, and pipes. Nonetheless, Villa Rosa has chosen to preserve the original ceilings in their pristine, unaltered form.
Villa Rosa, a luxury home in Barcelona
Villa Rosa, a luxury home in Barcelona

The ceilings of each room are a sight to behold, each one bespoke and perfectly complementing its surroundings.


The stained glass windows in Villa Rosa were designed to be admired from inside the residences.

For the master stained glass artist, achieving the perfect balance of light was a formidable challenge that required careful selection of the most appropriate glass pieces for each specific case.

The creation of stained glass windows involves a diverse array of materials, including glass, lead, grisaille paint, enamel, and frames that securely fasten the windows to the structure of the building.
All the original stained glass and materials have been meticulously preserved during the restoration process.

Every stained glass piece at Villa Rosa is meticulously handcrafted by skilled artisans, ensuring that each one is unique and perfectly suited for the room in which it is placed

Wrought iron became a significant decorative element in the Art Nouveau movement, which aimed to create a modern aesthetic inspired by nature. Designs featured natural forms like flowers, leaves, and vines, with asymmetrical, sinuous lines giving a sense of movement.
Ornate details were added through piercing, texturing, or hammering, breaking from traditional styles. This style represented a significant development in wrought ironwork and continues to be appreciated for its flowing, organic forms.

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The Spanish artisans approached their work with a reverence for the Villa Rosa's architecture, bringing to life wrought iron elements that surpassed mere functionality. Each piece was crafted with exquisite attention to detail, enhancing the villa's inherent potential and elevating it to extraordinary heights. The result was a stunning display of artistry, where every curve and contour was expertly fashioned to complement and enhance the villa's grandeur. The wrought iron accents breathed new life into the structure, transforming it into a work of art that captured the imagination and left an indelible mark on all who beheld it.
Catalan mosaic, also known as 'trencadís,' is a distinctive form of decorative art in Catalan architecture that emerged in the early 20th century. It gained popularity in 1911, particularly in Barcelona, under the influence of renowned architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner.

The mosaic features vibrant colors and is created by assembling small ceramic tiles into various patterns and motifs, often incorporating geometric and natural elements, as well as symbols representing Catalan culture and identity.


The door knobs by Antoni Gaudí are a precise replica of eight original metalwork fittings that he designed for several of his architectural works. These door knobs are constructed from solid cast brass, with a polished finish, and have been meticulously reproduced to maintain their original form and material. Today, these door knobs serve as an essential component of Villa Rosa's distinct ambiance.


Although the technique of constructing vaults using brick was developed by the Romans, it underwent significant evolution over time. The Catalan method of vaulting, in particular, allowed for the construction of impressive structures with designs by renowned architects like Antoni Gaudí and Rafael Guastavino.

In the delightful kitchen of Villa Rosa, the remarkable technique of Volta catalana has been skillfully incorporated, notably featuring the renowned vigas, which give this space a unique atmosphere and a grandeur filled with historical charm.