The first thing that caught our attention when visiting Almuradiel was the idea of fragmentation: fragmentation, the relationship between the parts and the whole, white, light, and of course the idea of "living" in this case, a type of rural house. The housing unit is configured around three patios "inserted" following a staggered pattern in a regular mesh of 4.6x4.6m. This strategy has to do with the possibility of orienting each of the cells of the mesh either north or south. Regardless of which side of the street we are in, the rooms are always facing south, both in houses with entrances to the north and to the south. In a way it is a "reversible" house, which always works well in terms of orientation, lighting and ventilation. The houses have only 90 square meters, but the total volume of each unit is approximately 600 cubic meters. These parameters can give an idea of the porosity of the project, as well as the interaction with private open spaces (patios) in continuity with the interior. If we increase the volume of the construction by inserting three courtyards and increase the standard height by 1 m, the result is a living space twice as large as the standard box.