Casa Asia has created spaces to promote the meeting between the Spanish society and the Asian world. Its social headquarters is located in Barcelona, at the Baró de Quadras Palace, a Modernist building made by the architect Puig i Cadafalch catalogued as a National Interest Historical-Artistic Monument, on Diagonal Avenue 373. It consists of a singular building that includes areas that allow to host the different initiatives that Casa Asia develops in the different angles of its task and has become a reference information centre about Asia and the Pacific.
At an official ceremony on the 16th of June 2003, the Prince of Asturias opened the Casa Asia Headquarters, as well as the exhibition “Divine Presence: Arts of India and the Himalayas”.
In September 2005, Casa Asia was able to use a new building, annexed to its headquarters on Diagonal Avenue, where the offices and different services would be installed. The intense activity developed by the institution with courses, seminars, lectures, film series, forums, etc. and the everyday flow of students and researchers in the Media Library have made the extension of its physical space necessary.
With the opening of its new outbuildings in the emblematic building of Miraflores Palace in 2007, the Casa Asia Centre-Madrid was officially presented in this city. Moreover, the centre extended its activities, developed a more complete programme and included its own venue in the capital.