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Turning Torso, Malmö, Sweden, 2005 / Santiago Calatrava

Turning Torso, Malmö, Sweden, 2005 / Santiago Calatrava

Malmo, Sweden: Don't miss architect Santiago Calatrava's spectacular apartment building in the Western Harbour. At 190 metres, Turning Torso is the tallest building in Sweden. The building was inspired by a sculpture "Turning Torso" by Calatrava himself. Turning Torso consists of nine cubes with a total of 54 stories, with a 90° twist from base to top. The top two floors boast the exclusive meeting rooms of Turning Torso Meetings.

At 190 metres, Turning Torso located in Malmo is the tallest building in Sweden. The building was inspired by a sculpture "Turning Torso" by Calatrava himself. Turning Torso consists of nine cubes with a total of 54 stories, with a twist from base to top.

ESPECIESdeESPACIOSenCONSTRUCCIÓN: TURNING TORSO, Santiago Calatrava

Turning Torso - the formwork for the circular high-rise building core and concrete placing boom were simultaneously moved hydraulically from floor to floor

calatrava turning torso - Google Search

Height: 190 m ft) Floors: 54 Apartment area (cube 3 to Commercial area (cube 1 and Associate Architect: SAMARK Arkitektur & Design AB

Turning Torso tower in Malmö, Swedens yet tallest building by the spanish architect Santiago Calatrava Model: Turning Torso via my Client Photographer: www.zzonzzon.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/... Instagram: zzonzzonphotography Twitter: SandraCamera

Turning Torso tower in Malmö, Swedens yet tallest building by the spanish architect Santiago Calatrava Model: Turning Torso via my Client Photographer: www.zzonzzon.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/... Instagram: zzonzzonphotography Twitter: SandraCamera

Retired couple Suzanne and Brooks Kelley found out when a pair of brainy New Haven architects breathed new architectural life into the property they’ve inhabited for over thirty years.

Guilford Cottage Sheets of unframed glass fill the spaces between the building’s operable windows and the sloping eave of the roof, giving the house, as architect Alan Organschi puts it, “the feel of coming apart at the seams—of surfaces unhinged.

Retired couple Suzanne and Brooks Kelley found out when a pair of brainy New Haven architects breathed new architectural life into the property they’ve inhabited for over thirty years.

Guilford Cottage Sheets of unframed glass fill the spaces between the building’s operable windows and the sloping eave of the roof, giving the house, as architect Alan Organschi puts it, “the feel of coming apart at the seams—of surfaces unhinged.