Barguenos” installation: in the 15th century, in Vargas, the villa of the Archbishop of Toledo, the Spaniards reinterpreted an Arab piece of furniture from Granada. Originally, these were chests whose drawers – usually 4, 6 or 9 – held papers, jewellery and money. Later, these chests were hoisted on tables or other furniture to make them more accessible. The most beautiful of them were closed by a flap whose sobriety contrasted with the richness of the drawers. This open flap became a writing desk of great convenience, since all the documents and writing materials were within easy reach when writing. It is the ancestor of the secretary.