Josep Maria Jujol’s work is characterized for its plurality of records. He built all kinds of architectural typologies and worked in numerous Catalan towns. He is considered a total artist as he projects and details the finishings, he is a sculptor, a cartoonist and a watercolorist. Thus, besides an architect, he was also a decorator, designer of furniture, bottles, ceramic pavements, religious images, sepulchral tombstones, banners, painter and sculptor.
The architectural work of Jujol is characterized for the simplicity of its media contrasted with its originality. He was an architect closely linked to the forms of nature and the landscape of the territory where he performed his works. The quality of his work becomes out of all conventionalism.
Jujol made numerous solo works (Can Negre, Torre de la Creu, Teatre Metropol, Casa Bofarull, Casa Camprubí …) and, at the same time, his influence is very present in his collaborations with architects of the era, in Gaudí buildings such as La Pedrera, Park Güell, Casa Batlló, Sagrada Família or Colònia Güell.