This is the first floor of the building and the former residence of Marian Vayreda's family. The space has been divided into three sections: religious, secular and social. The whole range of productions are exhibited here, beyond the religious imagery made throughout the history of the Saints workshops in the town.
The Second Spanish Republic and the Spanish Civil War were highly convulsive times and the workshops were obliged to adapt their production to demand, so they began to manufacture completely secular models to open up to the new commercial fields: pedagogy, recreation and decoration.
On this floor visitors will also be able to view the room with the stained-glass windows, the imposing fireplace guarded by two knights and the space devoted to the nativity scene, an activity deeply rooted in Olot, and one of its leading exponents, Ramon Amadeu.