Architectural and decorative fantasia in a building that was conceived as a "complete work" by the architect, Manuel José de Laredo.
Laredo Palace is a mixture of architectural, sculptural and decorative archetypes and elements, inspired by different styles but dominated by the neo-Mudejar style. The building is a set of rooms, towers and viewpoints, porches, terraces and gardens.
We find rooms inspired by The Alhambra (plasterwork, tiles, coffering), by Pompeian frescos (paintings and painted fabrics) and by the Plateresque tradition, and with Modernist, Gothic, Renaissance, Nasrid and Moorish decorative motifs in general.
Laredo added pieces from other monuments from other places, including coffering and small vaults from the Palace of the Condes de Tendilla (Guadalajara); vaults and columns from the Castle of Santorcaz; Spanish-Moorish tiles form the Palace of Pedro I in Jaén; and columns from the Monte Loranca Jesuit Penitentiary, amongst others.