(active around 1500 in Andalusia)

Exterior view

c. 1500
Casa de Pilatos, Seville

In Andalusia, Moorish work remained the norm, at least in secular architecture. Even around 1500, Governor Pedro de Enriquez of Andalusia chose Mudéjar decorative features to adorn his splendid city palace. The casa de Pilatos in Seville is a Renaissance-style villa that is lavishly decorated with Moorish tiles, plasterwork, and artesonado ceilings. (An artesonado is the coffered wooden ceiling with interlaced beams of a Mudéjar origin or influence.)

The photo shows the courtyard of the Casa de Pilatos.