tamborí arquitectes is Rebeca Pérez and Vicente Benlloch. In early 2015 we created an architecture studio focused on sustainability so we could enjoy our passion and develop our projects.
architecture and the ecosystem as an inseparable binomial. Good architectural design, based on weather conditions and technical solutions with a low environmental impact, leads to constructions where the user benefits from a high level of thermal comfort and a healthy environment.
sustainable and efficient architecture, a meeting point between functionality and location. To do this, we have professionals specialised in building almost zero consumption constructions and sustainability standards, as well as BREEAM and PASSIVHAUS certificates.
projects adapted to the user’s needs, based on our passion for architecture and environmental commitment, where enjoyment and wellness are always the driving force behind any decision.
“Tamborí, in the argot of Valencian pilota, is the element built at a 45º bevel in mortar or simple tiles, with a 25 cm base by 25 cm height, which finishes off the angles between the wall and the floor, thus breaking up the right angles. The ball can bounce in this area without being considered a foul, offering a greater variety of bounces and unexpected ball movements.”
Rebeca Pérez i Casterà has a degree in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, a Master in Urban Planning from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, and is BREEAM certified. She spent part of her studies at TUT in Finland. She gained professional experience at the prestigious EMBT (the studio of Enric Miralles), at DeAlzua+ in Barcelona, Paris and MACBAD in Valencia, where she heads up projects built in France. Finalist at the 40th “Paisea en el entorno del Castillo de Buñol” competition.
Vicente Benlloch Piles has a degree in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. He spent part of his studies at RWTH Aachen University. His career began at T3 architecture in Marseilles, where he leaned towards sustainable architecture. One of his projects was published in the renowned “Garten+Landschaft” journal. He currently continues to train in this field and is a LEED certifier.