The Amalie House is a Barcelona building in a style that oscillates between neo-Gothic and modern. Its present appearance was obtained between 1898 and 1900 by the project of architect J. Puig-i-Kadafalk.nAmalie’s house, along with the Ballo house and Leo Morera’s house, is part of the Quarter of Disagreement, so named because of the stylistic heterogeneity of the modernist buildings that make it up. In 1976, by royal decree, Amalie’s house was declared a monument of national importance. In the upper floors of the building is the Amalie Institute of Spanish Art, which has an extensive library on the subject of Spanish art.


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