The House of the Navajas
A Neo-Arabic building commissioned in 1925 by Antonio Navajas Ruiz, a resident of Churriana, who decided to settle in the town and build a house in the area known as Huerta de la Cruz.
Declared of Historic Landmark by the Department of Culture of the Government of Andalusia in 1991, the property is situated on a cliff overlooking the beach of El Bajondillo and has two floors with balconies, with the ground floor for housing the family. His aesthetic style corresponds Neo-Arabic (Neo-mudeja)r that flourished in Spain, and particularly in the province of Malaga, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, with the interior decor inspired by the Alhambra in Granada.
The result was a faithful reproduction of the Neo-Mudêjar style that was of particular significance at the Universal Exhibition in Seville in 1929.