1. ADRIANO CHALET
[1921-1925] Eclectic with neoclassical influences
A Brea, 38. Barallobre
[43°27'26.7"N · 8°11'23.8"W]
Built by the Indiano, Antonio Fernández Fernández, known as “O Adriano”, according to the plans that he himself drew up after returning from Cuba. Cons- tructed in concrete, the house emphasizes its balconies and viewpoints. On the terrace roof, there is a cupola with the symbolic sculpture of a man holding a suitcase, looking at the ria and with a raincoat under his arm. In his right hand, he holds a torch, a symbol of the Indiano’s success, which he himself also represents.