An artistic intervention may seem in any case to a fully functional installation or if you want industrial or such as an industrial plant resemble an artistic intervention into the landscape.Similar to what we saw in the post ofÂ Land of Giants, engineering works take a double meaning to become much more representative than an object of use.Two water tanks, each with a 40mÂ³ capacity, sit atop a two-legged steel structure to form the 22-metre water storage tower, which supplies an entire town without the need for pumps."The amphora is a ceramic container of great size with two handles, narrowing to a point at one end. An object much used by the Greeks and Romans for keeping solid and liquid foodstuffs, it was decorated with black figures.Photographs are by LluÃs Casals.VÃa: dezeen.comDos tanques de agua, cada una con una capacidad de 40m Â³, sentarse encima de una estructura de acero de dos patas para formar la torre de agua de 22 metros de almacenamiento, que abastece a toda la ciudad sin necesidad de bombas.Una intervenciÃ³n artÃstica puede parecerse en cualquier caso a una instalaciÃ³n perfectamente funcional o si se quiere industrial o como es el caso una instalaciÃ³n industrial asemejarse a una intervenciÃ³n artÃstica dentro del paisaje.Igual a lo que vimos en el post de Land of Giants, las obras de ingenierÃa toman un doble significado para tornarse mucho mas representativas que un objeto de uso.from the architects:WATER STORAGE IN GUIJO DE CORIA, CÃCERES" During the Panathenaic festivals, amphoras full of oil were given to the victorious athletes. This was not only a container but also an ancient measure of volume equivalent to 26.21 liters.What would be the scale, the material, the form, and the fashion in which to construct this grand â€œamphoraâ€ of the 21st century? We needed to design a water tower with a height of 22 m to supply the entire town with water without needing pumps, as well as a way to go up to the tank for maintenance. Our primary objective was to develop a clear form with nothing gratuitous in concrete for an elevated tank of 50 mÂ³ high and a buried tank of 150 mÂ³. This new form would become, together with the church bell tower, the only towers in the town.We wanted to create in the proposed landscape a road which connected the two highest points. We then started to think about making a divided tank of already-existing elements. Our point of de parture had to be studying those tanks that we were accustomed to seeing on reservoir trucks, on which there is always a notification of what they contain and their volumetric capacity. In addition, at that time a hydraulic study was done and it was determined that the buried tank was of a size that an elevated tank of 80 mÂ³ capacity was needed.Why not divide the tank into prefabricated units? We worked to find the best form for a structure that could reach 22 m of height and also support the weight of two tanks, each of 40 mÂ³ capacity. We had at the moment two materials that defined the new water tower; the galvanized steel that would form the structure and the stainless steel that would make up the exterior finish of the two tanks.We chose wood to form the stairs and platform necessary for the maintenance of the water tower, the platform for the valves, and the bed underneath these two elements. We completed and gave the project form in this way."