The courtyard of the Andalusia is perhaps the Zwebell’s finest architectural accomplishment. The garden is once again grouped around a central fountain embellished with hand-painted tile, this time in an elaborate quatrefoil shape. The arched passage at background leads through the rear wing and into a small lower courtyard. Despite the building’s characteristically straightforward ground plan--in this case, a hollow rectangle punctuated by a single stout turret at one corner--the lively variation in the design of each apartment gives the sought-after effect of growth over time. The brick construction of the turret reappeared in a subsequent Zwebell project, El Cabrillo, in which the entire structure is built of masonry.