This issue of "2G" magazine presents a collection of houses constructed by Jose Antonio Coderch.
It includes 11 houses, starting with the Ugalde House, the great work that marks the initiation of his mature phase.
In it, not only does Coderch definitely embrace the language of modern architecture, nuanced by his respect for context, but also hones his own spatial conception of the house in nature.
It is the experimental prototype for the following houses.
In ordering these intuitions, the free lines of the first are not repeated.