Casa Mallol, better known as Casa Cambó due to the fact that the well-known Catalan politician had spent some time there, was built by the Master Builder Joan Marès i Marès in 1906 as a summer house. In the post-war period, the building fell into disrepair having remained completely uninhabited. In 1980 it was acquired by Roses Town Council, which is currently based there. It is one of the few houses preserved in the expansion of the town which, at the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century, endowed the town of Roses with a coastline made up of buildings with an appearance in accordance with the latest trends of that time. The interior of the building retains most of the elements made of iron, reliefs of the capitals and ceilings, stained-glass windows, encaustic mosaic paving, painted mural decorations of a modernist nature, including a remarkable ceiling with female portraits between garlands and flowers.