Zlota 44 – Daniel Libeskind – Warsaw, Poland
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
74,750 m² (Total)
50,450 m² (Residential )
1,000 m² (Retail)
22,000 m² (Parking/Storage)
Structure: Concrete structure with glass curtain wall cladding
Client: Orco Property Group
Architect of Record: Artchitecture SP ZOO
Structural Engineer: ARUP
Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing Engineer: ARUP
Awards: Jan 1 2008
CNBC Europe & Africa Property Awards 2008 in categories of Architecture, Redevelopment, High-Rise Architecture and High-Rise Development to ORCO Property Group
Project Management: Hill International
Status: Under construction
Completion Date: 2013
Located in Warsaw, Zlota 44 represents a new direction for high-rise residential living in Poland. Zlota 44 is a 54 floor high rise that includes 251 residential units.
The design of Zlota 44 is inspired by Warsaw’s history and as a response to its destruction and post-war Russian reconstruction. The tower provides a modern form in which a new skyline can be read. The building, both symbolically and physically, offers a new light to the city with its eastern face sculpted by the path of the sun to provide needed daylight to the surrounding buildings.
In 2008, Zlota 44 was awarded CNBC Europe & Africa Property Awards in 4 categories: Architecture, Redevelopment, High-Rise Architecture and High-Rise Development.The project is currently under construction and scheduled for completion in 2013.