Among the buildings in the Maria Luisa's Park the most important one is the monumental Spain's Square (Plaza de España), projected by Anibal Gonzalez. He was the architect in charge of the Iberoamerican Exhibition of 1929. It is an enormous square with a semicircular pond around. Surrounding it there is a building with two towers at its edges. The construction style is "regionalista" (regionalism) in which habitual materials in the local architecture were used. That is the reason why they used brick and pottery as a principal material of the constructions and decorations.
Details of wood work's craft of the roof. On the left side, exterior roof. On the right side, interior roof picture.