During our research work, there have been three aspects of Marbella's not so well known history that have caught our attention:
a. The "tribar", one of the prefabricated concrete structures used for the construction of breakwaters, indispensable in our city for the maintenance of our beaches and the marine flora and fauna. The "tribar" has been the pattern that has given rise to the distribution of our space.
b. Iron. When anyone thinks of Marbella, the first thing that comes to mind is the sea or the beach. But iron is a material deeply linked to the history of Marbella since 1826, when the blast furnaces were founded in this town. Iron has been chosen to materialize the "tribars" of our Cocktail Place.
c. Vegetation. What makes Marbella unique and different from any of the main coastal towns in Spain? Undoubtedly the combination of sea and mountain, coast and forest. How many cities in our territory allow you to go from being in the middle of a forest to being on the beach in a matter of minutes?