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I would say^ that the building looks nice on it:s own especially on a sunny day with a blue sky! I loved that the shape changes from different angles. But generally feels like an alien in the city and almost became a reason to put...More
Seville is such a beautiful city with lots of lovely buildings so don’t really get why this building was put up. They call it the lipstick, pretty ugly and out of place, don’t add anything to the landscape
The Sevilla Tower was known until 2015 as Cajasol Tower (built as Cajasol's headquarters, and at the time the tallest building in Andalusia and the city of Seville) or Pelli Tower. Its construction started in March 2008. It is built out of ceramic tile and...More
6.8.17 this building designed by Caesar Pelli is built out of ceramic tile and glass in an effort to reflect the intense sun of southern Spain.
A gem of construction worth seeing one of highest buildings in Spain.
the Doctor hit me back with some...More
Cajasol Tower is situated near the river and Plaza de Armes. It's original design seems to fit well into the Seville cityscape when such a building could be problematic in many cities. It was put up around the time of the Seville Expo which was...More
My wife and I visited the Triana Barrio and then walked to where the tower is located so that I could take a photo of the tower. The tower is quite impressive. It is good it is not located in the historic center of Seville...More
The “Pelli Tower” or nicknamed also as the “Seville Tower” is located on the site of the 1992 World’s Fair in Seville, the tower consists of a 37-story, multi-tenant office tower combined with a 4-story podium containing office and retail space. It will be the...More