If you needed to build a couple of water towers to support a local community, there are two ways you could go about it.
One would be to hire an architect and a civil engineer to build a round or rectangular structure to hold the stuff that’s currently in short supply (to drink at least) in Gloucester this week.
The other approach is to commission a sculptor to help disguise the enormous structure by making it a work of public art that is a delight to look at.
The sculptor was Philolaos Tloupas (no English translation of his Wikipedia page yet).
More snaps over at Flickr.