In the Spanish town of Guijo de Coria, infrastructure developers Ignacio Mendaro Corsini, Ignacio Isasi
Zaragozá and Blanca Rosa Gutiérrez Rodríguez designed a water storage tower that bends the traditional designs that most are used to seeing.
Taking inspiration from Greek and Roman water storage devices, Ignacio Mendaro Corsini, Ignacio Isasi
Zaragozá and Blanca Rosa Gutiérrez Rodríguez found a way to add some beauty to the metal eye-sores. Built in the Spanish countryside, this tower closely resembles the female form. It is not only highly functional, but it is also a piece of metal artistry.
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By: Peter Vallas - Published: Jan 20, 2011 • References: dezeen