Dr. Genové commissioned the modernist architect Enric Sagnier to construct a building to establish a pharmacy on the ground floor and his home and a
chemical laboratory on the upper floors.
Despite the narrowness of the façade, the result was excellent. The difficulty of uniting three different uses in a single building was evident, and only made possible because of the professionalism of Enric Sagnier and the excellent craftsmen who accompanied him during the execution.
Blue and gold colored mosaics liven up this neo-Gothic façade. Unfortunately, the stained-glass windows that adorned the large windows of the façade and the wrought iron pharmacy-sign have been lost.