Architect from Catalonia who designed the Patronat Obrer Theatre in Tarragona in 1908 and the Casa Manach in Barcelona in 1911.
He began studying architecture in Barcelona in 1901 and collaborated during this period with architect Don Antoni. His plans to construct an amusement park based on the solar system were never realized.
He obtained his architect's certificate in 1906, which gave him an opportunity to develop the graffiti style that became his brand.
He was born in Tarragona, Catalonia and was raised in Tarragona, Gracia, and Barcelona. His father, Andreu Jujol, was a school principal.
He collaborated with fellow architect Antoni Gaudi on the design of the Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, and Park Guell, all in Barcelona, Spain.