In collaboration with César Ortiz-Echagiie, his partner for ten years, San Sebastián-born Rafael Echaide built works that are highly representative of Spanish modernity of the fifties, such as the Seat building in Barcelona. In 1966 he moved to Pamplona, where he taught and built, on his own, the University Refectories (1970) and the School of Architecture (1975-1978).

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