Tour Vigie et Réservoir, Marseille, France (1966- 1968), designed by #Architect Gaston Jaubert. This architectural complex combines the dual function of watch tower & water tank. Built of raw concrete, an inverted cone sits above the reservoir, & the lookout tower consists of 2 vertical walls & a core housing an elevator & staircase. The control room door overhang, completely free of interior supports, stands between 2 trapezoidal panels. The facade by Jaubert has openings of rhythmic…

Tour Vigie et Réservoir, Marseille, France (1966- 1968), designed by #Architect Gaston Jaubert. This architectural complex combines the dual function of watch tower & water tank. Built of raw concrete, an inverted cone sits above the reservoir, & the lookout tower consists of 2 vertical walls & a core housing an elevator & staircase. The control room door overhang, completely free of interior supports, stands between 2 trapezoidal panels. The facade by Jaubert has openings of rhythmic…

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