Water Tower

Enrique de Teresa
2008



This skyscraper is a 80-metre-high (nearly 250 feet tall) transparent building designed to evoke a drop of water. See the google map with its view from above to discern the drop of water. Inside it housed two sculptures, one large hanging one called “Splash” that could be seen from nearly two miles of ramps that wrapped around the tower’s interior. The top also had a cafe with great views of the Expo site.
 
 

The base of the tower, 13 metres high, with a walkway serving an entrance to the Expo site

 
 
 



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