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New Work ::: Metropol Parasol

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New Work ::: Metropol Parasol
New Work ::: Metropol Parasol© J. MAYER H. ArchitectsNew Work ::: Metropol Parasolphoto © David FranckNew Work ::: Metropol Parasolphoto © Fernando AldaNew Work ::: Metropol Parasolphoto © Fernando Alda
designed by architect J. Mayer H is part of the redevelopment of Plaza de la Encarnacion, Seville, Spain and contains an archeological site, a farmers market, an elevated plaza, multiple bars and restaurants spread over 12,500 m2.
At 28.50 m high spread over 4 floors the Metropol Parasol becomes a unique attraction for Seville and at €90 Million building is now considered to be the largest timber structure.

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