This wonderful modernist house, of 262 m2, was built at the early twentieth century.
From the street we can appreciate the beautiful modernist facade with a "romantic" air that invites you to move in time, at the beginning of the 20th century. Coated in green and white. A powerful cornice railing crowns the building. The openings are framed by sgraffito of a delicate floral design. The booklet blinds also have a few floral motifs.
On the ground floor there are two large hallways, with hydraulic pavements, ceilings with moldings, stained glass windows, and beautiful doors with floral details that give access to 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom with shower, kitchen and large living room of 36 m2 with access to a beautiful gallery with leaded modernist glass, and access to the garden.
On the first floor of 58 m2 we find the suite, distributed in office, large bathroom with bath and shower and room, with access to a terrace of 25 m2, outside the carrer Passeig, and a balcony overlooking the garden.
The basement with access to the garden, has 3 exterior rooms, storage areas of water and a bathroom.
The garden is surrounded by the houses of the illa Raspall, set of 4 protected houses, designed by the same architect.
Raspall assigned to each house on the island a color: pink for the Barbey House; yellow for the Iris tower; green for the Bombonera and blue for the Antonio Barraquer house.
Manuel Joaquim Raspall i Mayol, a disciple of Domènech i Montaner and Puig i Cadafalch, built this dream home in 1910. The owner, Cecília Reig Argelagós, commissioned its construction to be used to rent a summer house.
At the beginning of the 20th century, La Garriga was one of the summer destinations chosen by the Catalan bourgeoisie. Its main attraction was the thermal waters of the Blancafort hotel, les termes de la Garriga.
In 1998, the Generalitat de Catalunya declared the house Bien cultural.