Tino Natural Stone is covering the Torretriana facade in Seville
From TINO Natural Stone, we work custom-made for any natural stone project that we are commissioned by architectural or interior design firms and both national and international construction companies. On this occasion we have adapted our products for the facade of Torretriana.
This building is located on the Isla de la Cartuja (former site of EXPO 92), Seville. Which was designed by the Navarrese architect Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza, based on the Roman monument Castel Sant’Angelo (also known as Mausoleum of Hadrian) in the city of Rome. Alongside with references for this Roman monument featuring the Tower of Gold, the Giralda and the Plaza de la Maestranza on the banks of the Guadalquivir. As an example, the two yellow chimneys bringing verticality to the building which are related to the columns of Hercules -symbol of the shield of Andalusia.
Yellow Triana was the natural stone used- received this name during the construction of this administrative building.
The construction of Torretriana was completed in 1993. In this building -for administrative purposes- are the central services of most of the Councils of Andalusia: Finance, Education, Tourism and Sport, in which nearly two thousand of public employees are working.
As you can see in the images, the building is entirely covered with our natural stone Yellow Triana, which was baptised with that name during its construction. Its circular shape and impressive size stand out from any point of the Andalusian capital.
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