The Vila House is located between the Davallades Boulevard and Verdaguer Street, just at the entrance to the main square in Vic.
This house was designed by the master builder Josep Antoni Torner, in 1908, with a clear Islamic influence.
Although the ground floor has been completely reformed, we can still see some original architectural elements in the two upper floors. On the first floor there are different windows with horseshoe arches. These windows are framed by stone voussoirs.
On the second floor there are balconies, with doors with pointed arches and lintels decorated with geometric shapes described by mosaics.
In addition, on the façade of the Davallades Boulevard there is a tombstone in memory of Bach de Roda.