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Guardiola Palace-House


The history of the Guardiola House dates back to the 19th century, at the height of Sevillian Romanticism, when Mr Andrés Parladé y Sánchez de Quirós, Count of Aguiar, Regional Delegate for Fine Arts and Delegate-Director of the Excavations of Italica, ordered it to be built.

According to A. Villar Movellán in his book Arquitectura del Regionalismo en Sevilla, 1900-1935, he explains that "the Guardiola House is a model house in many respects, among others for being archetypal of the Sevillian style as regionalism would be understood, thus anticipating the formulation of this concept by 20 years". "This building would be for regionalism, differences aside, what Victor Horta's Tassel house was for Art Nouveau, or the Café Restaurant of the 1888 exhibition in Barcelona for Catalan Modernism, that is to say, a primitive", he continues.

It has all the characteristics of the stately homes of that time, with access through the courtyard to the horse yard on one side and to the house on the other, where the main courtyard, loggia, garden, lounges and other rooms are located.



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