3. Casa Vicens
Antoni Gaudi’s artistic imagination ran rife in the residence that he built for the wealthy owners of a ceramic factory. This is particularly visible with the square tiling and other facades of various ceramic decorations. The influence of the Moorish period on Spanish architecture is obvious in some of the rooms and the façade. Built between 1883 and 1888, it is considered Gaudi’s most impressive work of art by architectural connoisseurs and students.