If you've been following the world of architecture, you've probably feasted your eyes on the Metropol Parasol, which has been one of the most popular and talked about structures of 2011. Currently the world's largest wooden structure, the Parasol's undeniably eye-catching looks have the city of Seville, Spain, where it is located, as well as the rest of the world mesmerized. Inhabitat recently had a chance to sit down with the architect behind this monumental work, Juergen Mayer H., and pick his brain about the inspiration behind the design, the materials used and more. Click here to see what he had to say!
—written by Yuka Yoneda
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