Sueca, Valencia

Pasqual Fos House

The Pasqual Fos house was built in 1909 by the architect Bonaventura Ferrando Castells. It consists of ground floor and one floor plus loft. It has a large balcony on the first floor with cast iron lattice and the grilles of the windows on the ground floor stand out. Also noteworthy is the cantilever over each of the windows on the first floor, with an important carpentry. In the upper part of the attic we have a pediment in which there is an opening in the form of a half circle divided into three parts, which provides luminosity to this part of the house. The construction is mostly made with face brick tiles, but we also find other materials such as ceramics or stone.

Sueca, Valencia
Noelia Lledó
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Arches, beams, decorated ceilings, stairway.
Modernist sgraffitoes of the roof of the ground floor stand out along with the hydraulic pavements of the rooms and rooms.
Two-leaf doors, some with glass decorated with plant elements and others completely wooden with reliefs of faces in the center.
We also find several works of art and original furniture of the house.
An staircase with marble pavement and wrought iron railings.

Balconies, cornices, patio, fences, windows.
There is a modern glassed-in cloister shared with the Joan Fuster House.


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