Metropol Parasol, World’s Largest Wooden Building

December 30, 2012 | in Architecture

In Spanish Seville, for greater architectural harmony, was realized a reconstruction of the Plaza de la Encarnacion. The project worth 90 million euros, turned out to be a very ambitious and original one.

The building area of the Metropol Parasol is 5000 square meters, and the total floor area is 12,670 square meters. The main materials used in construction are wood and granite. In the interior were used concrete, granite and steel. The development and implementation of the project was guided by the famous MAYER H. Architects. Located in the heart of the old town, the Metropol Parasol is to become the new social and cultural center of the capital of Andalusia. Under this giant umbrella are hidden the Archaeological Museum, a panoramic terrace, several bars and restaurants, and a farmer’s market.

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

Metropol Parasol, Worlds Largest Wooden Building

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