This building is attributed to Demetrio Ribes, the architect of the North Station. This has not been able to be confirmed or denied. The building also has influence of the viennese modernist school (Secezion Viennese).

This building is a work of 1908 by the architect Vicente Ferrer Perez, with Demetrio Ribes, is one of the best representatives of the influence of Viennese modernism (Secession) in Valencia. This current arrived in Valencia through a congress of architects held in Madrid in 1904, she attended the Viennese architect Otto Wagner. We must also highlight the influence of several publications on the Secession, who arrived in Valencia on 1900.

The building stands out for its innovative interior layout and geometric lines with touches of ceramic decoration. Behrens has influence, D'Aronco and Hoffmann. It is at the intersection of the streets Cirilo Amoros and Pizarro. It was restored in 2012.

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