Maximum security for a World Heritage Site

The Sagrada Família is a Catholic basilica designed by Antoni Gaudí and located in Barcelona, Spain. Construction began in 1882 and is ongoing to this day. It is Gaudí's masterpiece and the perfect example of modernist Catalan architecture. The Sagrada Família is one of the most visited monuments in Spain alongside the Prado Museum in Madrid and the Alhambra in Granada, and is the second most visited church in Europe after St Peter’s in the Vatican City.

The Bravus locking system delivers maximum security for an iconic building

Fact sheet

Application area: Culture and entertainment
Object: Sagrada Familia
Location: Barcelona
Project goal: Security for an iconic building

Challenge and solution

Installation of a clever master key system with the tightest of key controls

  • Thanks to its long patent, additional trade mark protection and restricted individual profile, the Bravus.3000 provides the tightest key copy control.
  • Up to 16 master keyable locking elements and a multi-profile system guarantee the required hierarchy and provide scope for extensions.
  • The wide range of special cylinders allow all doors to be integrated under one system.

Installation security and protection

  • The Bravus model allows the highest security cylinders to be integrated into critical doors that are susceptible to attacks and vandalism.
Sistema Bravus © Sagrada Familia

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