The Cortina House, of eclectic style, is located in the Major Square, 6, in the urban centre of the city of Vic, in the region of Osona.
The Cortina House was designed by the architect Gaietà Buïgas Monravà, and was built in 1893. This building consists of a ground floor, three upper floors and an attic.
On the ground floor, of the Cortina House, we can see two arcades with a lowered arch. On the first floor there is a large balcony that runs the entire width of the façade, while on the second and third floors there are two balconies on each floor. All the railings on these balconies are made of wrought iron. On the first floor, we can also see a central window.
The highlight of this building is the window gallery on the fourth floor. These windows are rectangular, and are separated by classic columns. In addition, each of these windows has a wrought-iron railing.