These semi-detached houses are located in a neighborhood on the outskirts of a town near the city of Girona. Each dwelling faces two opposite sides and is joined back-to-back to its partner, in the manner of Janus the two-faced god. The union comes across as a single two-floor volume with a cross shape. The cross is inscribed in a square that encompasses the house and two open-air spaces framed by the exposed structure of concrete.

The facades combine a palette of subdued colors with concrete and unfaced bricks, and each side arranges its windows differently. From inside, these openings allow diagonal views across the exterior spaces. The cruciform geometry augments the corners and embraces the future pergolas. Upstairs, it makes for spacious, unhierarchized rooms that permit different uses.