Magnificent Restoration Of Spanish Observation Tower Brings New Life To Rugged Landscape

by • June 30, 2011 • Architecture, DesignComments (0)1391

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Castillo & Miras Architects based in Almeria, Spain are the geniuses behind this newly-renovated observation tower in Huercal-Overa, Spain.  The original monolithic architecture was injected with a fresh, modern design sensibility using glass and Core-10 steel, and the update brings with it better accessibility through its rugged site and a stunning interplay between the old and the non-overpowering new.  To learn more about the architects you can visit them at

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