Second floor of the main entrance hall with marble work by Alfons Juyol and mosaics by Lluis Bru, in the Casa Navas, built 1902-7 in Modernist style by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, 1850-1923, Catalan Modernist architect, on the Plaza del Mercadal or Market Square in Reus, Catalonia, Spain. The original skylight above was destroyed in 1938 during the Spanish Civil War, and was restored in 1990 by Maria Font Rubin, the Carandell But workshop and Carmen Fernandez. The house was built for Joaquim Navas Padro. The interiors were completed by Alfons Juyol i Bach (marble), Tomas Bergada (paintings), Gaspar Homar (furniture) and Hipolit Montseny (ceramics). The building is listed as a national monument. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Second floor of the main entrance hall with marble work by Alfons Juyol and mosaics by Lluis Bru, in the Casa Navas, built 1902-7 in Modernist style by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, 1850-1923, Catalan Modernist architect, on the Plaza del Mercadal or Market Square in Reus, Catalonia, Spain. The original skylight above was destroyed in 1938 during the Spanish Civil War, and was restored in 1990 by Maria Font Rubin, the Carandell But workshop and Carmen Fernandez. The house was built for Joaquim...
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