It’s called Casa Gomis but is also known as La Ricarda and the Glass House, and is one of the best examples of rationalist architecture in the region. It was designed by the architect Antoni Bonet Castellana and built between 1949 and 1956, at a time when he was in exile in Argentina. Throughout the process he had to communicate by letter with the family that had commissioned it, the Gomis-Bertrands.
But we haven’t yet told you where it is. Casa Gomis is very close to El Prat de Llobregat beach and La Ricarda lake – hence it’s popular name – , and to visit it you can leave the car park by El Prat Municipal sailing club. In the 1960s the house became a meeting point for the cultural avant-garde and hosted musical and theatre events organised by Club 49. If you want to explore it, check out the organised visits, because there is usually only one per month, with two times available: one includes aperitif and the other lunch.