A time-travelling journey through one of the works that define Spanish architecture of the last half of the 20th century. The Torres Colón 1969-2019 exhibition, which can be visited between the 11th of April and 16th of July in Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa (Madrid), showcases the history of these slender twin towers. Together they paint a feat; their suspended structure was a revolution. Torres Colón was built from top to bottom.
This innovative technique, a feat attributable to the avant-garde vision of their creator, architect Antonio Lamela (Madrid, 1927-2017) and where Javier Manterola (CFC) was the co-author of the structure of the building.