This corner building, of municipal property, was intended for the relocation of residents of the Velluters district affected by a major urban refurbishment operation. The houses (three different ones per floor) are developed in four heights above the ground floor, the latter being used for commercial purposes. 

The building is organized around a bright landscaped courtyard located in the corner formed by the dividing walls, a courtyard that articulates all the circulations, both the shared and the private ones of each dwelling. The ground floor is configured as a plinth, setback in some sections of the façade alignment, in an attempt to visually widen the sidewalks. The smooth body of the houses distinguishes three vertical walls through variations of the tonalities of the plaster and different heights of the crown, in an evocation of the previous subdivision. The openings from floor to ceiling, some with balconies, are repeated without serialization, adapting to the interior layout. The typical gap is widened in the corner pieces and in those adjoining dividing walls, in an attempt to reinforce the corner and establish a dialogue with the adjoining buildings. Although made of traditional materials, the configuration of the wood carpentry gives the building great prominence, standing out from the residential fabric that surrounds it. The building received a special mention in the COACV Awards 2001-2002.