• New exhibition space in the Sant Salvador Pavilion


    The Sant Salvador Pavilion, the last building to be restored at the Art Nouveau Site, houses Sant Pau’s new exhibition space.  

    The building’s two floors are used to differentiate the languages that explain two core themes: the history of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau since its origins (1401) and a tribute to its architect, Lluís Domènech i Montaner. It is a contemporary recreation of a dragon, a characteristic iconographic motif throughout history that was revisited by the Modernistes.

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  • A video mapping will recreate the arrival of the winter solstice


    Christmas is a time of reunion and rebirth. Sant Pau is inviting everyone to celebrate the holidays with its projection mapping on the main façade of the Administration Pavilion of the Art Nouveau Site. The lights will turn the entrance of the architecture complex into a bridge between heaven and earth, a metaphor of a tree that buries its roots and reaches out its branches to the sky in search of light.

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  • Experiences and visual details of the Site in a new book from Sant Pau and Enciclopèdia Catalana


    The Fundació Privada Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau and Enciclopèdia Catalana, in collaboration with Barcelona City Council, have published Sant Pau Art Nouveau Heritage. Barcelona, a visual visit to the history of the Art Nouveau Site and the artistic details that make it an internationally renowned architectural jewel.

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  • The Operating House is awarded LEED Gold Certification


    The former Operating House is now open to visitors. With work now completed on its internal restoration, the building, also known as the Pavilion of Saints Cosmas and Damian, is the latest to join the visiting itinerary at Domènech i Montaner’s Art Nouveau site.

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  • Music and entertainment for the kids on the morning of La Mercè


    The music and humour of the Xiula show company provide the main attractions of La Mercè at the Art Nouveau site.

    Like every 24 September, admission to Sant Pau will be free of charge between 10:00 and 14:30. At 12:00 midday, you can sit back and enjoy Let’s turn the world around, a fresh and funny show that Xiula will be offering to old and young alike in the gardens of Sant Pau, looking at values such as living together and caring for the environment.

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