Arc-bridge of the Bisbe
Canals House (Torre dels Matons)
Manel Dolcet House
Macari Golferichs House
Roig House (La Torre dels pardals)
Roviralta House (El Frare Blanc)
Lluís Sànchez House
Isabel Pomar House
Foment de la Pietat Church
University, Ramon Llull College, Chapel
University, Ramon Llull College, Residence
University, Ramon Llull College, School of work
University, Ramon Llull College,
Mas d'en Perdiu
del Carme Church
In Santa Coloma de
Miquel de la Roqueta
In Sant Feliu de
In Balearic Islands:
In Palma de Mallorca:
Casa Miquel Benimelis
Santa Família (demolished)
Sant Bartomeu Church (façade)
In Son Servera:
L'Església Nova (The new Church)
Born in Reus (Baix Camp
- Catalonia) on 24 April 1870.
Rubió i Bellver received his degree as an architect in 1893.
He was a member of the last
generation. He was an assistant to
working with him between 1893 and 1905 on la
He was one of the most important synthesizers of the architectural
ideas of Gaudí. Rubió considered that Gaudí’s designs and structures
provided solutions to problems raised by 19th Century eclecticism.
In 1905 he was elected a councillor of Barcelona city.
He was also the architect to the Diputació de Barcelona (Barcelona
Province administration), for which he participated in projects such
as the reconstruction of Casa dels Canonges (Generalitat de
Catalunya - Catalonia government) in Barcelona City.
The work of Rubió i Bellver is very important and is present all
over Catalonia. His most interesting buildings are: the Casa Macari
Golferichs (1901), the
House Roviralta - El Frare
(1903), the Escola Industrial (Old Industrial School) (1912), and
the Saint Christ Asylum in Igualada.
Rubió died in Barcelona on 30 November 1952.