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Tomasz Szpyt-Grzegórski 05 April 2018

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Eco-tower in Solec
The usual floorspace of the building will come to more than 5,800 sqm
POLAND BXBstudio Bogusław Barnaś has unveiled its design for a residential tower at the junction of ul. Solec and al. 3 Maja in Warsaw.

Eco Warsaw Tower is to be a sustainable building designed especially for residents to have greater contact with nature and a healthy lifestyle, in harmony with city living. The architects’ plan is for the northern façade of the building, which is exposed to urban noise, to be given an acoustic glass barrier. The fully glazed balconies will also minimise the external noise. Glass lifts will also be installed on this side of the building, with views onto Poniatowski Bridge and the National Stadium. The first two levels will have retail and services along the street, while the third floor will contain office space. Apartments will only be located on the floors above that. The southern façade will face onto a green square. Natural materials are to be used such as wood, while the building will also feature vertical gardens – green walls and balconies with built-in plant containers with their own irrigation systems. The office space on the third floor will open onto a green city terrace accessible to workers from this side.

The roof of Eco Warsaw Tower will include a two-level shaded garden accessible to the residents of the uppermost apartments. According to the concept, the plot for the building has an area of 0.106 ha and the usable area of apartments is to be 2,237 sqm, 285 sqm for offices, while the retail and service space will come to 1,230 sqm. The usable area of ​​the building will total more than 5,800 sqm.

The Kraków-based studio has not stated whether the eco-tower concept has been prepared for a specific investor. ‘Eurobuild CEE’ has found out that Warsaw city council issued site development conditions in January for the plots where the project is to be located. The applicant was GJ Inwestycje of Bratuszyn (in Wielkopolska). The decision allows a residential building including services to be built on the site, together with an underground car park and technical infrastructure with a maximum height of 34m. However, this decision is not final and has been referred to the local court of appeals.

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