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|Jr. Carlos Villarán 140, La Victoria|
|Floor Area||45,300 m²|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - postmodern|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - concrete, reinforced|
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• Architect: Hans Hollein
• Engineer of structures: Carlos Casabonne Rasselet
• Constructor: Cosapi
• Owner: Grupo Interbank
• Cost: $ 40,948,900
• This tower is located in the intersection of two important avenues in Lima, Javier Prado Este and Paseo de la República.
• The building consists of two different and joined blocks. The tower B is a rectangular construction of six floors.
The principal tower is slightly inclined towards the avenue and this has an earthquake-proof function. The front is reinforced by a mesh of titanium that possesses a game of lights that change color according to the colors typical of some festivity.
The tower has a height of 88 meters being crowned with a heliport.
• The building has been considered between the 13 most spectacular buildings of Latin America
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