Brañas house

Built by Rodolfo Ucha between 1913 and 1914.

This is a corner plot of land of limited size containing a single two-storey house. The bay windows, railings and galleries were made of wood and wrought iron by skilled craftsmen. It displays an Art Nouveau style and has a typical design. On the roof of the building there is a skylight in the shape of an octagonal dome from which there is a panoramic view of the entire city. The windows on the façade are in the shape of a pointed arch which gives the whole design a certain Neo-Gothic air. It is worth noting the original galleries that Ucha inset in the design.

And now we go down Concepción Arenal street to return to our starting point in the Plaza Galicia where we saw Romero House.