At 220 meters, the Warsaw Spire marks the city’s new business district and as Poland’s
tallest building and a jewel in the crown of a series of tall building that have been
constructed over the past decade in Warsaw.
Strikingly slim and dynamic in appearance, the tower comprises two glazed ‘shells’
extending towards the sky in a spiral form, adding lightness to the atypical larger
penthouse levels. Janisol stainless steel products and systems emphasize the sleek
look of the building.
Alongside the Spire and two 16-storey, 58 meter high mid-rise buildings that break
down the scale of the spire and help it better integrate with the surrounding urban
The three buildings together are situated in order to create a landscaped plaza with
greenery, fountains and five levels of garage parking beneath. The plaza and the
project’s 4.300 m² of restaurants, cafés, retail and services areas, have become a focal
point of urban life in the busy district.