In the urban centre of the city of Vic, in the region of Osona, specifically in the Manlleu Street, 23, we can observe a building with baroque origins, and with a modernist and eclectic style.
Originally, this is a building constructed during the 18th century, although it was reformed during the 19th and 20th centuries. This house consists of a ground floor, two upper floors and an attic.
Although the ground floor has been recently reformed, and breaks with the whole architectural set, although we can observe, in the upper floors, the original work.
On the first floor there are two ogee windows, one of which has been mutilated by the construction of a balcony on the second floor. On the second floor, there is also a window with a lintel that imitates the Gothic style.
In the attic of this building there are two series of windows separated by Corinthian columns. These windows have semicircular arches.
We can also highlight the eaves decorated with glazed ceramics.