Antoni Maria Gallissà Soqué
This building was commissioned by industrialist Frederic Garcia in 1899 for his own residence. It has cubic form, with a tower in one of its corners, combining red brick and slate-type stone. It's located near Cervelló, a village not far from Barcelona.
The decoration is inspired by gothic elements and by the Catalan rural architecture. The tower is topped with a graceful conic pinnacle, covered with green ceramic tiles. Under the upper windows, the name of the owner is written also with ceramic tiles.