The central aim of the Torre Sevilla landscaping design is to create a cool, shady path accompanied by the sound and vapour of water, with variations in the intensity of the light and shadows. This project is in the southern part of Cartuja Island. It consists of a central square and two terraces on business podiums. The square is deἀned by the podiums that run north-south, which concentrate pedestrian movements and shelter the plaza from the sun.
The street furniture edited by Escofet for this project includes H-shaped pavers in four colours —two shades of yellow sand and two of rust— Triana garden benches, Guadalquivir benches and Socrates cubic seats in the public space, and twelve Mirador benches on the Lookout level.
Photography: Anna Pericas, Wenzel Fotografía.