Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Agbar Tower _ Barcelona

Torre Agbar

Completed in July 2005, the unique structure known as Torre Agbar (Agbar Tower) is the newest sensation in the Barcelona skyline. Though its interesting shape and design was originally met with much dissension, the unusual building has now become dear to the hearts of most Barcelona citizens.
The new headquarters for Aguas de Barcelona (Agbar), the municipal water company, Torre Agbar rises into the sky at 34 stories tall and 142 meters (466 feet) in height. Designed by Frenchman Jean Nouvel, the architect believes that the tower is “a distant echo of old Catalan obsessions, carried on the winds that blow in from Montserrat.” Often referred to as a geyser, Torre Agbar was inspired by the architectural legacy of Spain’s Antoni Gaudi.


Anonymous said...

nice huge building
that's great

gate valves said...

what a great building! its made of tinted mirrored glass that made its colors change depending on the sky. wow. amazing.

SAYED M NAGY said...

yes ..friend

its a new techniques started to grow in many other high rise building and can control the amount of energy flux into the building