Barcelona Telecommunications Tower, Torre de Collserola, Norman Foster Structure in Spain
Collserola Tower, Barcelona
Catalan Telecommunications Building design by Foster + Partners Architects, England
post updated 15 Dec 2019
Torre de Collserola
Location: north Barcelona, Catalonia, north eastern Spain
Date built: 1988-92
Design: Foster & Partners
Barcelona Telecommunications Tower
The Barcelona Telecommunications Tower for Telefonica is 288m high, built on a hill just north of the city.
Elegant Hi-tech design, visible from huge swathes of the city.
There are not many examples of Hi-tech buildings in Spain (more a British phenomenon) and this is worth a trip if you are in the city for a few days, possibly combined with a visit to Park Guell (also in the north of the city but not as far out).
Barcelona Telecommunications Tower architects – Foster & Partners
Torre de Collserola photographs by available
Location: Torre de Collserola, Barcelona, Spain
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image © ON-A
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Guest pavilion 1401, Sa Tuna, Begur, Catalunya
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photo : Adrià Goula
House in Sa Tuna, Begur
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Deposit of King Martí in Barcelona
photograph : Simon Garcia, Arqfoto.com
The idea was to find out what happened with the deposit of the King Martí, an old deposit of water retention in the original property of the tower and viaduct of Bellesguard, designed by Antoni Gaudí.
Comments / photos for the Foster & Partners’ Barcelona Telecommunications Tower page welcome