Tribeka is pure urbanism. The guidelines are remarkable: a recognizable aesthetic and unique buildings with the capacity to leave their imprint. But there is much more: above all, the concept of a garden city, with green areas as the backbone of community life. A vision of architecture that reflects its responsibility to contribute to creating a better society.
The De La-Hoz saga of architects began in 1920 when Rafael de La-Hoz Castanys' grandfather founded the firm that bears his name. Today, one hundred years later and after the brilliant career of his father, the grandson of that pioneer of contemporary Spanish architecture has taken the firm globally and prepared it to face the technological challenges of the 21st century.
Cordoba needs no introduction as it is one of the most historic cities in Europe. Its spectacular artistic heritage is only the beginning for a city that was born to become a melting pot of cultures over the centuries.
The Mosque-Cathedral, the Victoria Gardens, the Roman bridge... there is always a corner to discover in a city that looks at history from a window that spans millennia.
Thanks to its two universities and four hospitals, as well as numerous schools and institutes, public services in Cordoba set a benchmark in Andalusia as a whole.
The AVE high-speed train station and unbeatable access to the national road network allow Cordoba outstanding communication within the autonomous community and with the rest of the country.