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|Warsaw Financial Center|
|ul. Emilii Plater 53|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - concrete, reinforced|
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• Architects: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC, A. Epstein and Sons International Inc., Biuro Projektów Architektury J&J Sp. z o.o.
• Warsaw Financial Center can be divided into two sections, a lower part with average height of surrounding low-rise residentials and an upper to western center's high-rises.
• The tower's core is made up of a cuboid and, two storeys higher, a curved volume.
• The lobby's interior is designed in a rivival of late Art Deco style with predominating tint of African cherry, which evokes 30ies and 40ies American skyscrapers' lobbies.
• The first story of the tower, which is in fact the eigth of the building, contains service areas for tenants.
• Its design was partly inspired by Kohn Pedersen Fox's 333 Wacker Drive.
• Contains 24 full office floors in the tower section, plus in lower part the lobby and a 6-story parking.
• When completed Warsaw Financial Center was the tallest reinforced concrete building in Poland.
• In the morning of October 13, 1998 a 16.5 meters high and 2.3 tons weigh architectural spire was installed on the north façade, topping it out.
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