Zlota 44

Warsaw, Poland


Daniel Libeskind returned to his native country to create this predominately residential skyscraper in central Warsaw in association with Polish architects Artchitecture.

High-rise residential living is new to Warsaw; this 54-floor tower is expected to provide a model from which a new skyline will emerge. To preserve precious daylight amid a dense and historic urban fabric, the team meticulous sculpted the buildings’ form with the arc of the sun path, allowing for maximum daylight to reach neighboring buildings. The wing-shaped façade counters the Communist-era Palace of Culture situated directly across. Zlota represents a new Warsaw with great aspirations.

The building opened to the public in March 2017


2015 – European Property Awards (Development) – Best Residential Development (Poland), Best Residential High-Rise Development (Poland)
2015 – European Property Awards (Interior Design) – Best Apartment (Poland)
2013 – European Medal awarded by the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels, Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Business Centre Club
2008 – CNBC Europe & Africa Property Awards – Architecture, Redevelopment, High-Rise Architecture and High-Rise Development categories to ORCO Property Group