The Casa Bloc Apartment Museum
Last March 20th, Apartment 1/11 at Casa Bloc was opened to the public.
Catalan architects of the Second Republic, brought together by the Grup d’Arquitectes i Tècnics Catalans per al Progrés de l’Arquitectura Contemporània (GATCPAC), proposed a new way of living that was just, accomodated co-existence and defended the collective identity.
The creation of Casa Bloc was one of the first steps towards dignifying workers's living conditions. As a result of the Civil war, the project was cut short.
Now, after a careful restoration by the Institut Català del Sòl and Institut de Cultura de Barcelona, through the Disseny Hub Barcelona, the doors to apartment number 1/11 are open and furnished just as its creators had originally wanted. Come discover how the brilliant avant garde minds of the past dreamed living could be.
Visits are guided and require reservation
Groups must not be larger than 15 people
Buy your ticket HERE
Information and reservations
T. 93 256 34 63
Reservations can be made from Tuesday to Friday between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Thursday evenings between 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Wheelchair access on the first floor only.