Casa Bonet (Barcelona)

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Casa Bonet
Casa Bonet
Casa Bonet facade
Casa Bonet
Casa Bonet (Barcelona) is located in Barcelona
Casa Bonet (Barcelona)
Alternative namesCasa Josefina Bonet
General information
TypeTown house
AddressPasseig de Gràcia 39
Town or cityBarcelona
Coordinates41°23′29″N 2°09′55″E / 41.39143°N 2.16517°E / 41.39143; 2.16517Coordinates: 41°23′29″N 2°09′55″E / 41.39143°N 2.16517°E / 41.39143; 2.16517
ClientDelfina Bonet
Technical details
DesignationsBé Cultural d'Interès Local (BCIL) 08019/1517
Renovating team
ArchitectMarcel·lí Coquillat

Casa Bonet is a house in Barcelona, Spain, located on the Passeig de Gràcia in the Eixample district. Originally built in 1887, it was remodelled in a eclectic Neo-Baroque style by Marcel·lí Coquillat in 1915; the house forms part of a row of buildings known as the Illa de la Discòrdia (or Mansana de la Discòrdia, the "Block of Discord").[1]

The Illa de la Discòrdia derives its name from its clashing architectural styles, and while the block is best known for its Modernista architecture (most notably Antoni Gaudí's Casa Batlló of 1906), the more conservative classical style of Casa Bonet contrasts sharply with its more opulent neighbours.[2]


Casa Bonet was built in 1887 by Jaume Brossa and was known as the Casa Torruella. In 1915, Delfina Bonet commissioned the architect Marcel·lí Coquillat to redesign the facade, remodelling it in an Italianate Neo-Baroque style with a two-storey loggia and neo-baroque ornamental details decorating the upper floor lintels.[3][4]

Today the building is occupied by the Barcelona Perfume Museum.[4]


  1. ^ Venteo, Daniel (2014). Barcelona: A Historical Guide to the Contemporary City. MARGE BOOKS. p. 120. ISBN 9788415340928. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Cercador Patrimoni Arquitèctonic: CASA BONET". Adjuntament de Barcelona. Retrieved 13 June 2019.
  3. ^ "Casa Bonet - Barcelona - Passeig de Gràcia - Pobles de Catalunya". (in Catalan). Retrieved 13 June 2019.
  4. ^ a b "EL EXTRAORDINARIO MUSEO DEL PERFUME". Passeig de Gràcia (in Spanish). 1 July 2016. Retrieved 13 June 2019.

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Buildings of the Illa de la Discòrdia, Barcelona

Casa Lleó Morera (Montaner)Casa Mulleras (Sagnier)Casa Bonet (Coquillat)Casa Amatller (Cadafalch)Casa Batlló (Gaudí)Illa de la Discòrdia