Papirum opened in 1981 and is managed by Dolors Crespo. In the past, here is where a bookshop called Rubió was, owned by the Joaquim Rubió i Ors’ family since the beginning of the 19th century. If you look up, you’ll see one of the latest houses with cantilever still standing in Barcelona’s old town. During the 17th
century, until 1802, several buildings with this structure across the city were demolished preparing the city for the kings’ Carles IV visit. They were dangerous for passersby, often some parts got detached and fell on the street and they had already caused several deaths. The building permission in this house was granted in 1750 for the printer Josep Altés. This façade has also kept beautiful painted frieze of a very high artistic skill, they are probably from the ending of the 18th
Papirum born in April 1981 in the heart of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, which takes us to a paper paradise last time, to the present, where a single hard conjugation old ways come together and craft paper, both decorated as smooth, sometimes coupled with more advanced designs and more specific embodiments, Papirum make a unique place for lovers of more traditional forms or the followers of the latest designs.They are famous hand-decorated papers, old formulas made with craft and leather bindings.
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