Francesc Macià 10
AN ICONIC BUILDING IN BARCELONA’S BEST ADDRESS. A LANDMARK IN ITS OWN RIGHT
Designed in the 1960s by Swiss architect Marc-Joseph Saugey, a contemporary of Le Corbusier. The distinctive façade of this former office block is now a listed feature of the city. Revitalised by award-winning neo-modernist architect Marcio Kogan, Francesc Macià 10 marks a new era for this architectural masterpiece.
Marcio Kogan sensed an energy within the building, which was magnified by its unexpected shape. His remit was to translate this energy into life, within that environment.
Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is one of the most cosmopolitan, vibrant and exciting destinations in Europe. It is famous for its culture, architecture, design, beaches, nightlife and of course, cuisine. With the benefit of an international airport within close proximity and 320 days of sun each year, Barcelona is an appealing place to explore or relax. The sea is a major attraction and you can spend the day windsurfing, kayaking or swimming. Outside the city, stunning countryside is ideal for hiking and cycling and the Pyrenees are a short drive away for skiing. Whether you’re shopping for the most luxurious brands, lazing on the beach or sprawling in a tree-lined park, Barcelona has something for everyone, every hour of the day.