The architectural work required by residential projects encompasses a wide variety of possibilities to which we dedicate a great deal of effort in order to provide full guarantees. We work on construction projects for both houses and flats. Our work philosophy combines design, sustainability and optimisation of resources. This is reflected in each of the single-family houses or blocks of flats we get off the ground. That’s the way we work.

Atotxa erreka house

Donostia-San Sebastián 2016

The building sits in a slightly raised area surrounded by grass on a gentle slope setting it against a horizon of open views and highlighting its simple combination of materials.

The house has a rigid box structure forming an irregular trapezoid shape with white concrete cladding contrasting with the black slate roof covering walls composed in a combination of warm wooden panels with windows of different shapes and sizes interspersed with the hints of stone on the chimneys.

The box shape rises to culminate in a large panoramic window standing out from the rest with different roof surfaces and volumes at varying heights.

The endeavour to achieve the perfect proportion of spaces and volumes can be seen both inside and out, translating to the outline of the building with its variety of recesses and projections where the inside opens outwards thanks to the different porches and terraces serving as places of transition between zones.


Urnieta 2017

One block of 18 flats and another of 12 subsidised flats in Urnieta, in the area of Mañeru.


Kristobaldegi Convent, Txomin Enea

Donostia-San Sebastián 2012

New extension of the Kristobaldegi convent occupied by Conceptionist nuns in the district of Txomin Enea, San Sebastián. Work recently started on the convent and we are now beginning to see the volume of the new wing for the nuns living in the building.

This project represents the starting gun for work to regenerate the Txomin Enea neighbourhood where, as well as the convent, work is also to be carried out on the river and its surroundings, while new plans are underway to create blocks of flats to end the problem of flooding once and for all.

Subsidised housing in Morlans

Donostia-San Sebastián 2011

Project of 350 controlled-price and subsidised flats in the Morlans thalweg after being awarded the tender issued by the City Council of Donostia-San Sebastián.

The number of houses to be developed under this project comes to a total of 350, with attached garages and storage units (plots A-2, A-3, A-6 and A-7), 2,500 square metres for commercial use and 700m2 for community use.

A commercial building of 8,800m2 is also being developed with garages (building C-1) in addition to a construction exclusively for parking (F-3).

Said plan includes flats with 4, 3, 2 and 1 bedrooms distributed into 23 doorways giving access to four buildings, A-2, A-3, A-6 and A-7:

  • 35 flats with 4 bedrooms (10%)
  • 133 flats with 3 bedrooms (38%)
  • 133 flats with 3 bedrooms (38%)
  • 35 flats with 1 bedroom (10%)

Flats for the disabled will correspond to the legally required number (1 out of every 25 flats will be adapted). In total there will be 14 adapted flats, each with 3 bedrooms. All of the blocks will be proportionally distributed.