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Jeroni Granell Mundet

Barcelona 1834 – 1889

His diverse architectural style ranges from medievalism to eclecticism and modernism.

Jeroni Granell Mundet was a master builder, craftsman and decorator. He earned his degree in architecture in 1854, but also held degrees in what today would be considered technical surveying and civil engineering.

His diverse architectural style ranges from medievalism to eclecticism and modernism.

His son Jeroni Ferran Granell followed in his footsteps, but his style was largely influenced by modernism.

Highlights of his work include:

Collaboration with Elies Rogent as master builder of the auditorium of the University of Barcelona.

The art exhibition building on Barcelona’s Gran Via, 1869. No longer standing

The Library-Museum Víctor Balaguer in Vilanova i la Geltrú, 1882-1884

The Samá School in Vilanova i la Geltrú, 1879

The Hospital d’Oliver in Alcoi, 1868 to 1877

The altar of the Church of La Concepció in Barcelona, 1871

Casa Francesc Ferrer in Barcelona, 1887

The Church of Sant Jaume de Moja (Olèrdola), 1884