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Old October 28th, 2019, 08:15 PM   #1
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Skyscrapers in Warsaw, Poland

1- Palace of Culture and Science


2- Warsaw Spire


3- Rondo 1


More: https://www.viralmag.co.uk/2019/10/t...beautiful.html
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Old October 29th, 2019, 01:16 AM   #2
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Old October 29th, 2019, 01:28 PM   #3
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I put here the link to a good summary which is made by JanVI here :

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To understand the need for skyscrapers for a nice continuity, I'd like to show you the surrounding skyscrapers and areas. Maybe slightly off-topic, but it's good to show or to help imagine what the Defilad Square needs. Arcytekton showed us already some pictures at the beginning . I'd like to add still a few.

10 of the highest towers around the Defilad Square (from highest to lowest)

1.Zlota 44 (192m)
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2.Rondo 1 (192m total, 159m to roof)


3.Hotel Mariott (170m total, 140m to roof)


4.Warsaw Financial Center (165m total, 144m to roof)


5.Intercontinental (164m total, 154m to roof)


6.Cosmopolitan Twarda (160m)


7.Oxford Tower (150m total, 140m to roof)


8.Spektrum (128m)


9.Novotel (111m total, 106m to roof)


10.Zlote Tarasy (105m)


Towers that are being build at the moment

1.Q22 (155-159m)

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Towers that are confirmed and construction will start (probably) in the next 2 years

1.UBS Tower (188m)


2.PHN Tower (140m)


Towers that were proposed (mixed: Some are very possible, other ones just beginning of the project)



1.Lilium Tower (260m)


2.Kaskada (170m)


3.Tower of the Jewish Community (170m)


4.Roma Tower (Tower of the Catholic Church) (170m)


5.Tower in the place of Emilia (160m)


6.Atrium South (155m)
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1658785
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Old October 29th, 2019, 02:28 PM   #4
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Aditional everybody must know there is beeing built VARSO TOWER with serroundings in Warsaw

https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=480240

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-- Varso Place --

- Wizualizacje



20 by Nicholas Lelewski, on Flickr

21 by Nicholas Lelewski, on Flickr



- Model



- Wysokość całkowita Varso Tower - 310 m
- Wysokość do dachu - 230 m
- Liczba pięter - 53
- Powierzchnia całkowita - 68 755 m2
- Liczba podziemnych miejsc parkingowych - 116
- Liczba miejsc dla rowerów - 250

- Wysokość Varso 1 - 90 m
- Liczba pięter - 21
- Liczba miejsc parkingowych - 329

- Wysokość Varso 2 - 81 m
- Liczba pięter - 19
- Liczba miejsc parkingowych - 272
- Łączna powierzchnia Varso 1 oraz Varso 2 - 64 589 m2

- Łączna powierzchnia handlowo-użytkowa kompleksu - około 10 300 m2
- Powierzchnia całkowita kompleksu - 140 000 m2

- Inwestor - HB Reavis Poland
- Wykonawca - HB Reavis Construction
- Projektant - Foster & Partners

- Lokalizacja - Wola, ulica Chmielna 69
- Lokalizacja na mapie w Google Maps - https://www.google.pl/maps/place/Chm...3!4d20.9984138
- Przeznaczenie - biurowiec
- Funkcje dodatkowe - hotelarska (331 pokoi), handlowo-usługowa

.......................................... etc
More here https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showp...37&postcount=1
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Old November 6th, 2019, 12:37 AM   #6
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the 310m tower is second largest construction in the EU.
https://hbreavis.com/en/blog-article...tate-pipeline/

BTW i asked them why only 120m tower in the Bratislava if other dev is building 168m and they are capable to build 300m in Warsaw, they responded that they can`t fight with BA city limits contrary to the Warsaw, where they have been welcomed and the city officials told them for height limits >> only sky is the limit.
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Old November 8th, 2019, 12:47 PM   #7
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... to the Warsaw, where they have been welcomed and the city officials told them for height limits >> only sky is the limit.
Seriously ? That means that Warsaw is really free country and free style architecture. I heard some liberal media here in US or in Europe ,even polish saying that there is fascism,horror,OMG whatever ...and look .SKY IS THE LIMIT .Nice!
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Old November 8th, 2019, 06:01 PM   #8
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Greetings from New York City _ The Big Apple

It is amazing how much and fast has Warsaw changed over the last 10 - 20 years. However, as with everything else in this world, it is very nice to see these changes take place from the urban perspective, but it is sad to see the destruction, I suppose, of historical and beautiful old buildings - Specially if one assumes that some of those old buildings were part of Poland's heritage. But, hey, who can stop "modernization", when we know it is occurring all over the world...I hope some of the old structures still standing will be restored and preserved.

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but it is sad to see the destruction, I suppose, of historical and beautiful old buildings - Specially if one assumes that some of those old buildings were part of Poland's heritage.
Warsaw was already razed to the ground in 1944, no one destroys anything of great value to make room for skyscrapers there. Lack of that heritage is one of the reasons why Warsaw has so many skyscrapers in the centre in the first place, unlike many other European cities.
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Old November 10th, 2019, 05:09 PM   #10
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now it is true, but just after the II World War many houses,ruins were not rebuild. There was communistic law saying we crash the rest of old houses to build the great Palace of Stalin's name.You can see that here. The highest skyscraper-building in Poland was build on the historical area of tenement houses.




http://metrowarszawa.gazeta.pl/metro...i-palacem.html


https://warszawa.wyborcza.pl/warszaw...15960.html?i=5

We must say,shame for the architects and urban planners of communism at that time

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