Casa Eugenio Batista
Located one block in from the coast on 3rd Avenue, the house consisted of three interlocking cubic volumes around a small courtyard, with a columnar porch at the back of the house overlooking the garden, not unlike the Falla Bonet house. The one-story gable-roofed studio building stood parallel to the street with direct access, and a two-car garage separated by a covered gallery was placed perpendicular to it, framing two sides of the courtyard. The main house at the back was a tall two-story rectangular block with a hipped roof and a trapezoidal dining room that protruded into the double story porch at the back. The upper floor contained bedrooms that opened on to the porch which was enclosed by a wooden lattice that resembled a Japanese screen more than a Cuban louver.