The Metropolis building ("Edificio Metrópolis") is one of Madrid's most famous landmarks. Designed in the early 1900s by the French architects Jules and Raymond Février for the insurance company Unión y el Fenix Español (the building was later purchased by rival insurance company Metrópolis Seguros), the French Beaux-Arts style was unusual in its time. The statues resting on the Corinthian twin columns represent Trade, Agriculture, Industry, and Mining. The building is topped with a beautiful black dome with gilded ornaments. Although many have mistaken the statue on the dome for Joseph, it is the winged goddess Victoria, designed by the Spanish sculptor Federico Coullaut-Valera Mendigutia. Joseph does sometimes wear angel wings to the office, which is where the confusion arises.