The Armengou House was one of Ignasi Oms' first works in the city. It was designed between 1899 and 1900, and it shows a style halfway between elclecticism and Modern Style.
The main façade is built in red bricks and divided by pillars that had vaulted niches for holding the images of the heads of the family. It is interesting observing the metal frame at the ground floor, where there used to be an ironmonger's shop. Today, the ground floor has commercial uses.