Metropol Parasol in Seville, the world's largest wooden structure; a combination of urban space and functional spaces that include an archaeological museum and restaurants. Sevil Spain, Architects, Sevilla Spain, World Largest, Seville Spain, Modern Architecture, Buildings, Metropol Parasol, Metropolparasol
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Parasol in Seville, Spain. World’s largest wooden structure is bound by glue. By J. Mayer H. Architects.
Metropol Parasol in the Plaza de la Encarnacion is a public area that has become a contemporary urban center and new tourist magnet in Seville, Spain. The polyurethane-coated timber structure grows out of the level of the archaeological excavation as a logo for the city // designed by J Mayer H. Architects // photo by Hufton + Crow
Designed by Office of Architecture in Barcelona, this urban landscape snakes along the Benidorm seascape in Spain. The region is a popular attraction outfitted with high rise buildings, promenades, the bars, and the water. Yet, OAB’s addition to the thriving seaside has created an identifying element which sets this area apart from similar places.