Carlos Ferrater is an architect who has been acing in his field for more than forty years now. His career began in what we call an outdated modernism, which according to his website is a modernism that was ongoing but wholly adapted to a different setting. Most of his works started as an experiment or an exploration.
In 2005, Carlos, together with his children Borja and Lucía Ferrater, and his son-in-law Xavier Martí-Galí, decided to set up a new collective platform — Office of Architecture in Barcelona (OAB). OAB is the fruition of what has been experienced, learned, and taught in the previous years.
In 1993, OAB started exploring minimalism. One of his works that best shows this style is a beach house he made for a photographer in Tarragona in 2006. The whole building is made of three irregular floor structures and pavilions characterized by geometric shaped white walls. Check out the rest of the photos on his website.