Carved stone capital with vine design, on a column in the double-height living room, in Pavilion no. 6 'dels distingits' of the Institut Pere Mata, a psychiatric hospital built 1897-1912 in Modernist style by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, 1850-1923, Catalan Modernist architect, in Reus, Catalonia, Spain. Pavilion no. 6 was used to house wealthy patients in great comfort and modernity, and was in use until 1986. It is now open to the public as part of Reus' Modernist Route and run by the town of Reus, whereas the rest of the building remains a hospital. The building is listed as a Cultural Asset of National Interest. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Carved stone capital with vine design, on a column in the double-height living room, in Pavilion no. 6 'dels distingits' of the Institut Pere Mata, a psychiatric hospital built 1897-1912 in Modernist style by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, 1850-1923, Catalan Modernist architect, in Reus, Catalonia, Spain. Pavilion no. 6 was used to house wealthy patients in great comfort and modernity, and was in use until 1986. It is now open to the public as part of Reus' Modernist Route and run by the town of...
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