Can Pericas is a building, of noucentista style, located in the Nou Street, 8, in the urban centre of the city of Vic, in the region of Osona.
The architect of this building was Josep Maria Pericas, and the work was carried out in 1926. Its promoter, Lluís Pericas, the brother of the architect, wanted to reform two baroque buildings to unify the facade.
This building consists of a ground floor and four upper floors. Its entire composition is based on geometry and symmetry. In fact, all the openings are grouped in three vertical axes defined by two double opening lines. On the fourth floor, there is also a gallery of semicircular arch windows grouped into three groups of three windows.
However, the most striking feature of this building is the central door on the ground floor, as it is the only one of the three doors that has been preserved in its original form. This door is the most decorated element in the whole building, and is framed with moulded stone and a wrought iron grille. Above the door is the tympanum which is outlined by mouldings with a mixtilinear design.