The influence of the Secession, for its part, is clear in the composition of the Ferrer House, a development of eight residential properties that presented, as a new building type, the grouping of the patios into just one and the positioning of the bathrooms in the chamfered corners. The architectural language is not limited to the exterior, as in the majority of Valencian buildings of that era, but is incorporated in the hall, the stairs and the apartments. The floors are covered with cement and Nolla tiles.
The façade is organized in three panels, each with its own symmetrical compositive schema, which are differentiated from each other and from the neighbouring buildings with narrow recesses. Otto Wagner also used a similar resource in the Majolica House in Vienna of 1899.