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Casa Bofarull2, Catalan Modernism

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Among the exceptionally fertile vineyards in the village of Els Pallaresos emerges the old owners' house and -back in time-excellent wine producers: Casa Bofarull.
The huge and rustic 17th century house becomes in the hands of the architect Jujol in an elegant, comfortable and attractive mansion

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Casa Bofarull2, Catalan Modernism

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  2. 2. Els Pallaresos is a village located on a small hill from 125 meters in the district of Tarragones, Tarragona Province, in the Autonomous Community of Catalonia. It is surrounded by housing development. In recent years, it has had a population growth of very important people, mainly due to its proximity from the city of Tarragona (4 miles about). Traditionally the main livelihood of the villagers (Pallaresencs) was agriculture (the cultivation of hazelnuts, almonds, grapes, cereals, carob and olive oil). Nowadays, half the land isn't good for cultivation and therefore dominates the pine forest. Among the exceptionally fertile vineyards of the village emerges the Casa Bofarull, a Cultural heritage monument in Spain
  3. 3. Cat leads on top of the front door. It is one of the guardians of the house
  4. 4. On the ground floor we found the old cellar, the warehouse where carriages and tools were kept, the animals stable "spy hole” the eyes in the entrance hall
  5. 5. it was originally the wine cellar
  6. 6. The warehouse where carriages and tools were kept
  7. 7. a wide hall that leads to the two large dining rooms
  8. 8. The main dining room
  9. 9. One of the two large dining rooms at ground floor was used as a winter kitchen
  10. 10. Hanger
  11. 11. The kitchen See the heating system under the table
  12. 12. The access to the outdoor yard A triangular aperture on the wall fitted with a praiseworthy iron grille and the outdoor yard fountain
  13. 13. Light in the hall. Apparently crooked serpent
  14. 14. Jujol was also a painter, sculptor, ironworker, graphic designer, and ceramic and stained-glass artistGrafting Architecture, Catalonia Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2014
  15. 15. A small office or music room
  16. 16. Endless details and furnishings adorn the house and the ancillary buildings
  17. 17. In front of the kitchen door, the main staircase that leads to the other floors
  18. 18. A spectacular staircase goes across all the building
  19. 19. wooden handrails
  20. 20. and the yellow and blue colours on the walls
  21. 21. iron railings
  22. 22. The first floor have a big hall and eight bedrooms
  23. 23. Door detail
  24. 24. Fragments of frescoes and paintings, the oldest remains of the house, can be found in the Great Room
  25. 25. the Great Room
  26. 26. the Great Room "La Fontana de Jujol, Plaza d'España, Barcelona
  27. 27. the Great Room
  28. 28. The modernist architect Josep M. Jujol made several works in the village: the schools and the house of the majority (1920), the Andreu’s House, the grille of the Solé House (1927), the reform of the Emília Fortuny house (1944) and the lateral altars (1945-47) of the church of Sant Salvador. But the Bofarull House it’s his more important work in the village, and the civil building more representative of the work of Jujol in the province of Tarragona.
  29. 29. The Neo-Mudejar gallery, a really wonder
  30. 30. The Neo-Mudejar gallery
  31. 31. The Neo- Mudejar gallery
  32. 32. The Neo- Mudejar gallery
  33. 33. Jujol was as much an artisan as a designer, always closely engaged with the making of things and showing an instinctive preference for humble materials.
  34. 34. Jujol was famous for utilizing waste materials and creating mosaics. Jujol's work ethic dictated that waste should be recycled into building projects, consoles were made from cardboard boxes, discarded farm equipment built into grilles, tin cans made into lamp rosettes, and fieldstones used as
  35. 35. The Lookout Point Tower
  36. 36. Through the colourful stained glass windows the beautiful landscape is seen in different colours like a season changing
  37. 37. The Lookout Point Tower and the Dome of the Angel
  38. 38. the Dome of the Angel
  39. 39. the Dome of the Angel
  40. 40. Josep Maria Jujol, one of Gaudí’s major collaborators, is an architect who deserves greater national and international recognition. He was a magnificent architect with tremendous talent and creativity
  41. 41. the Dome of the Angel
  42. 42. Catalan architect and colleague of Gaudi Josep Maria Jujol (1879-1949) developed his unusual architectural style through many years of close, creative collaboration with Antoni Gaudi. Jujol's work is characterized by a high degree of sensibility to the forms of nature, an emphatically anti-geometric aesthetic, attention to workmanship and detail, as well as the imaginative use of old and previously utilized material. It is an eloquent expression of his affection for the Catalonian landscape, his modesty, and deep religious faith
  43. 43. Sound: Victoria de los Angeles - Damunt de tu nomes les flors (Above you Nothing but Flowers) Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu