Torre Picasso is located in Madrid, Spain, and it is one of AZCA commercial business complex skyscrapers. It is next to Paseo de la Castellana, one of the most important avenues of Madrid.
Until 2007, this building was the tallest skyscraper of Madrid. Since that year, La Torre Espacio, which is at the CTBA complex, a few miles to the north of AZCA, took its place.
However, AZCA, still concentrates most of the tallest buildings in the city.
Above you can see a view from the northern entrance to the Picasso Tower, and some of the buildings of AZCA Business Complex. Below, shows part of the northern façade of the Picasso Tower, with its Mathematical Sculpture.
The Picasso Tower, with its 47 floors, and 157 meters high,was designed by American architect of Japanese origin, Minoru Yamasaki.
This architect, was also the one who designed the famous Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York.