Torres Blancas is a mixed use concrete building in Madrid, Spain designed in 1961 by Spanish architect, Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza. The structure is a noted example of Spanish Organicism. Spanish industrialist Juan Huarte commissioned the project which initially included two residential towers
Ana Amado is an architect, photographer, visual artist and musician, but above all, a person whose curiosity to discover the world and its inhabitants has led her to travel as much as possible. Her recent work revolves around the relationship between photography and architecture, where it plays a fundamental role as the setting for our lives and emotions.