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Libeskind showcases Warsaw tower

World renowned architect Daniel Libeskind has told NCE that the 192m tall Zlota 44 tower in Warsaw, Poland, could be his finest project to date.

The tower, set to be Western Europe’s tallest residential tower, was showcased at the MIPIM property fair this week.

Speaking to NCE Libeskind said the structural engineering in the project made it stand out as one of his finest. “The structural engineering in making the building twist on plan as it does is incredible,” he said.

Libeskind added that the building was “unique” in the way it is set to offer “affordable luxury”.

Libeskind has often described Złota 44 in terms of a soaring eagle’s wing – a symbol of political and social development and the country’s rapid economic growth.

The project is a joint venture between devlopers Amstar and BBI Development. Contractor is INSO. Construction is underway and it is hoped that residents will begin moving into Złota 44 in late 2016.

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