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Torre Blancas / Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza, Madrid, Spain, 1969 __ The Torre Blancas is an architectural icon of the Spanish Organicism movement. It also stands as one the most complicated and innovative reinforced concrete structures of the era, absent of the typical rectilinear qualities associated with cast-in-place concrete.

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The Torre Blancas is an architectural icon of the Spanish Organicism movement. Designed by Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza and completed in 1969, this exposed concrete tower rises 71 meters above the Madrid skyline. It also stands as one the most complicated and innovative reinforced concrete structures of the era