In the city centre of Vic, in the region of Osona, specifically in the Arquebisbe Alemany street, 17, we can observe a noucentista style building.
This is a tower built, surely, at the beginning of the 20th century. It is a building composed of a ground floor and two upper floors. In addition, on one side of this building we can see a tower that has an upper floor.
On the ground floor we can see the entrance door, as well as three large windows. What we can highlight, from this floor, are the wrought iron grilles.
On the second floor we can observe two balconies. One of the balconies has three exits, and has a wrought iron railing. The other balcony has a balustrade.
The tower is four stories high. On the first and second floors there are three narrow and elongated windows, which are arranged in a staggered manner. On the top floor of the tower, there are three windows on each side of the tower that imitate the old Gothic windows.