When in 1964 Bernard Rudofsky filled the MoMA galleries with ‘Architecture Without Architects,’ among cave houses of Cappadocia and adobe huts of Mali he included two photographs of Mojácar taken by José Ortiz Echagüe, with a short text in which he bemoaned how uncurbed tourism was already making a dent on the silhouette of this town in Almería province through the construction of hotels and villas rendered in a false vernacular style. Nevertheless, the Moorish charm of its alleys and buildings perched on the rock has not faded, and continues to make any intervention defer with humility and restraint to the overall view of the place...[+]