From this point onwards Casa Batlló began to hire out its facilities for events. More than 2,500 m² of modernist function rooms went on offer for hosting events, conventions and all sorts of celebrations. Thanks to the diversity and uniqueness of the function suites, their central location in Passeig de Gràcia, the meticulous attention paid […]
This phase saw the partial and non-structural refurbishment of the Noble Floor in order to restore its original materials, paints and colours. Some of the old or damaged panes of glass were replaced, and from that time onwards the wood has been regularly treated with strengthening treatments, natural water-based varnishes and anti-woodworm products. Where there […]
The foundations were reinforced, and the pre-Gaudí foundation structures were underpinned using micropiles. All of the skylights which allow light to enter the coach houses from above were restored, and an emergency exit was installed. The rear facade, the courtyard of the Noble Floor, the roof terrace and chimneys. The ceramic mosaic tiles of the […]
Casa Batlló was declared a Cultural Asset of Spain in 1969. Historic Heritage Monuments in Spain are works of architecture, sculpture or similar which, on account of their value and interest, enjoy special legal protection in order to ensure that they are preserved, enriched and remain on display.
Cultural Asset of National Interest (abbreviated BCIN) is a category of legal protection of the most important cultural heritage assets granted by the catalan government (Generalitat of Catalonia), which has been entered in the Register of Cultural Property of National Interest. Casa Batlló is part of this list since 1962.. Casa Batlló has been on this list […]
While having lost nothing of its essence, Casa Batlló, hand in hand with the city of Barcelona, has undergone a process of evolution over time. Thanks to the ease of access and communication offered nowadays by the Internet, we are finding more and more documents that contain references of great historic value. Today we would […]