“At 30, Gabriel Calatrava is an aspiring architect with a distinguished surname and a restricted client-ele consisting mostly of immediate family. It is a close-knit clan, headquartered in three adjoining Park Avenue townhouses. Like his celebrated father, Santiago, the creator of deluxe white bridges, stations, and museums, Gabriel has one foot in engineering and the other in architecture. He spent five years working in the family business, commuting from right next door; his parents have an equally brief walk to the office from the other side. (His mother, Robertina, is also Santiago’s business partner.) If he wants to visit his older brother, Rafael, a lawyer, he pops down from the apartment he renovated for himself to an identical one below. His younger brother, Micael, claimed the penthouse. Gabriel is the middle brother in space as well as time.”
–New York Magazine