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Güell Palace in Barcelona chooses HAMMOK chair for its renewal

19.01.2011 | Education

In order to execute the renewal plan of Güell Palace, our HAMMOK chair (a Lievore Altherr Molina design) will be used in the Conference Seating areas.

Güell Palace was commissioned by Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi (Count of Guell) to Antoni Gaudí i Cornet, who began the project around 1880 and was signed in 1886.

This palace is built up close to the Ramblas, at the time the city centre of Barcelona. In 1945, the palace was sold to the County Council of Barcelona who installed inside the Museum of Performing Arts. Between 1974 and 1976, this institution made some changes to the building restoring the first floor to allow its opening to the public.

In 1983 started a general restoration of the building, headed by Antoni González Moreno, ending in 1997.

Güell Palace was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1986.

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