Poland's tallest tower

Foster & Partners have commenced construction work on Varso Tower in the core of Warsaw’s city centre. With a height of 310 metres and covering an area of 140,000 square metres, the 53-storey building is expected to be Poland’s tallest tower when completed in 2020.

The building, which will have adaptable office spaces, with floorplates averaging up to 4,000 square metres, is aimed to be a hub for both smaller and large multinational enterprises. Varso Tower will also house an observation deck constructed at a height of 230 metres, as well as two restaurants, shops and cafes.

The lower buildings in the  complex, constructed by Hermanowicz Rewski Architects, will form a central frontage alongside one of the main streets next to the Central Railway Station and will cascade into a joint multistorey podium with green rooftop terraces. The builders will use technologies to minimise electricity and water consumption, and curb air pollution.   

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