The Anita Colomer House is located on the corner between the Catedral Square and the Oliba Bishop Square, in the city centre of Vic.
This building is a clear example of Catalan modernism and, surely, one of the most particular modernist buildings in the city of Vic. The architect of this house was Josep Maria Pericas, an architect from Vic, where in all his works you can see a great influence of Antoni Gaudí. This house was built in 1906.
The house has four floors, with a tower in the central part, which has a fifth floor. Throughout the façade we can see how the architect played with the combination of different geometric shapes that were placed asymmetrically. One of the characteristic features, is the decoration that we can observe in all the openings of the first and second floor, a decoration made with stone capitals. In addition, all the openings are also decorated with green glazed tiles.
One of the most outstanding elements of this building is the tribune on the balcony of the first floor. This grandstand imitates Catalan Gothic art. We can also highlight the wrought iron elements of the railing of the balcony on the first floor.