Traditional Architecture

Traditional architecture is the architecture of time and of the people, to quote the architect Miguel Fisac; “… it is the architecture that the people and time make.”

Popular architecture is the result of the calm decantation of a unitary set of structures, enclosures, spaces and constructive solutions that, through many generations of users, have testified to its goodness. And the anonymous passing of many people, with common idiosyncrasies, with common desires and aspirations, is what has brought out that hidden singularity of a social collectivity, apparently gregarious, which nevertheless has a marked personality …

Following these premises we will analyze the different types and arrangements of housing, the traditional Navarrese farmhouse with its multiple versions throughout the province will be an example of this.