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Pius XII Square
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CAL FRANQUESA 

A la plaça Pius XII trobem Cal Franquesa edifici modernista d’habitatges promogut per Bonaventura Marià Prats l’any 1905 segons el projecte d’Isidre Gili Moncunill. Presenta planta baixa, tres pisos i golfes. L’element més destacat és la solució emprada en el xamfrà entre el carrer Custiol i el del Roser, una torre cilíndrica, rematada per una mena de merlets amb òcul central, element també utilitzat com a punt de llum a les golfes. Els elements decoratius els trobem a les llindes de les obertures, rematades als extrems per elements de ceràmica vidriada. A la part alta de la torre s’utilitza la tècnica de l’esgrafiat. El vestíbul d’entrada està decorat amb temàtiques florals als esgrafiats de les parets i al sostre pintat.

En la plaza Pius XII encontramos Cal Franquesa edificio modernista de viviendas promovido por Bonaventura Marià Prats en 1905 según el proyecto de Isidre Gili Moncunill. Presenta planta baja, tres pisos y buhardilla. El elemento más destacado es la solución empleada en el chaflán entre la calle Custiol y el del Rosario, una torre cilíndrica, rematada por una especie de almenas con óculo central, elemento también utilizado como punto de luz en el desván. Los elementos decorativos se encuentran en los dinteles de las aberturas, rematadas en sus extremos por elementos de cerámica vidriada. En la parte alta de la torre se utiliza la técnica del esgrafiado. El vestíbulo de entrada está decorado con temáticas florales a los esgrafiados de las paredes y el techo pintado.

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