Galvanizing Delight

Within a section of the Guadiana River that runs along the frontier between Spain and Portugal, a new lookout point has risen from the landscape. Slender reed-like galvanized steel sections provide support to the platform as well as filtering light. The structure’s quite austere design is meant to instill the occupant with a focus to the water’s edge rather than the structure itself.




Posted on April 22, 2014 by untitled

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