The buildings are characterized by how it prioritises views and faces the sea. Therefore, properties with an open feel have been created where the living rooms and bedrooms enjoy direct views of the beach. Its structure of cantilevered landscaped terraces helps to create a feeling of movement while the racks protect the properties from the sun.
Welcome To your home
The best views Are here
Large windows that give way to a panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea and high ceilings that give amplitude to enjoy natural light throughout the day.
A comfortable And stylish stay
While located next to the kitchen and a large window, it maintains the same aesthetics and harmony of colors that create a unit that gives this space an extra luminosity.
Functional And very inspiring
The white marble provides distinction as it is a natural and unique material for its veining that generates contrast with the wood of the different storage modules.
Being inside The Mediterranean
It manages to blur the visual barriers between interior and exterior with its impressive view and the combination of ceramics and neutral tones that generate even more amplitude.
You deserve The best
Around the towers designed by Lamela, there are plans for free public areas, plots for educational, sporting and social use, as well as a building for tertiary and hotel use that will help to enrich and extend the vicinity of Picasso Towers, showcasing the location and its surroundings.
Life well lived is a philosophy that every space in Picasso Towers conveys. Large spaces full of light, top quality and exquisite materials… All accompanied by a unique range of exclusive community services in Malaga that you can enjoy a short walk from home in order to have everything you need without having to travel.
Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, Malaga stretches its arms out over land, sea and air to grow hand in hand with the world, built on a past that was a meeting point of civilizations, where Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs left us with a legacy of customs and beliefs that is more alive today than ever, in a symbiosis that has made it one of the main capitals of the European coastline.