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The project, the result of a study lasting around 12 months, was carried out in Bagheria (Sicily, southern Italy) by the PROG.E.CO office of architect Giovanni Di Stefano, which adopted the ACCA Edificius software for the architectural part. Starting from the DWG files, in just 10 days the office was able to start and close the entire project.



Giovanni Di Stefano


Sevilla Tower

Torre Sevilla is an emblematic skyscraper in the city of Seville. With a total height of 180.5 m, the building consists of 40 floors: 20 for offices and conferences; 15 for hotels; 4, at the top, housing a restaurant, viewpoint and technical facilities. It also has four underground levels for the parking area.

The project took care of the BIM modeling of the Tower and was carried out by Leandro Javier Martín Ramírez, a Spanish academic who adopted Edificius to complete his TCC at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Seville. More information at



BIM modeling encompassed the main structure and environments of the Tower. Each plant was classified according to its use, reaching around 8 typical plants. Each standard floor presented the coverings and partitions necessary to bring the model as close as possible to reality. Additionally, 3D objects were added that help the project have more realism. The project modeling totaled 283,630 m², equivalent to the surface of 35 football fields. Finally, several renderings were created in different areas of the Tower, covering each of the floors and the entire exterior.


Leandro Javier Martín Ramírez

Mechanical Engineerín-ramírez-0505711b2

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