Torre Santiago/Tower Santiago/

Torre Santiago - Alicante, Spain


Until 1989, Torre Santiago was almost distrusted and just four small columns remained. Pedro Guilllena Gomez, retired hotel director and fan of painting and architecture, decided to alter the noise and bustle big city environment with a calm area of San Joan. Initially, he wanted to build just a studio there, but afterward, he rebuilt the house and tower to reside in.

In April 1997 the tower had been proclaimed as a Site of Cultural Interest. It currently comprises of a ground floor and three other floors. There is a blinded tunnel in the basement leading to the neighboring Torre Sarrio.

Limited edition of  + 2 AP, printed on Aluminum Dibond and limited edition of 70 + 2 AP – on Giclee Fine Art Paper

Part of TOWERS OF THE ORCHARD series >>


Printing Media and Size:

Aluminium Dibond
– 60 x 40 in (152 x 101 cm)
– 36 x 24 in (91 x 61 cm)

Giclee Fine Art Paper
– 24 x 16 in (61 x 40.5 cm)

Frame: For wall mounting
Worldwide: Available for sell and ship
Price: The price is unique for every photo and it is on request