I remember being introduced to Chillida's work way back in college in one of my architecture studios. Images of this installation made an impression on me back then to the point I took a departure from my planned Europe itinerary to stop in San Sebastian to view his work...and swim the Atlantic. It is a simple and beautiful plaza with sublime steel wind combs.
There is a 'pleasant' surprise which comes when you stand above one of the holes in the plaza (representing the 7 districts in Spain?) during low tide...even more surprising when high tide!
I look forward to visiting this place again in the near future. Peaceful and pretty.
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