SILOS, Reused Machine-Buildings: A Proposal for Its Transformation

  title={SILOS, Reused Machine-Buildings: A Proposal for Its Transformation},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Garrido-Cifuentes and Juan Manuel Santiago-Zaragoza and Francisco Javier Lafuente-Bol{\'i}var},
Second half of the 20th century: The Spanish rural landscape changes with the imposing profile of Silos. In the urban edge, next to the railroad, they are risen competing in height with church steeples. Today they are inseparable elements of the image of many peoples of cereal geography of any region of Spain. They are consequence of the autarkic economy of that time (storage of grain and state control over distribution and price) Silos were the answer given by the engineering efficiency and… 
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