Villa la Costa Rica

Indiano promotion building built in 1928 at the initiative of Manuel González Prada, an emigrant in San José, Costa Rica, where he became rich thanks to his investments in billiard rooms and a coffee roaster.

The building has a quadrangular floor plan and three floors plus an attic. On the façade there are lintel windows and a central axis, on the façade facing the Camino de Santiago, with balconies closed with iron railings. The alternation of materials translates into the chromatic variety evident on the outside.


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