The Libeskind Tower, nicknamed "il Curvo" (the Curve) for its twist shape, is part of the redevelopment project of the historical Milano's Fair area (famous exhibition/congress site in Milan). It is 150 meter high and has 34 floors. It is projected to lodge offices and it's part of the Milan business zone called CityLife. The tower can contain 2000 people and it is part of an ideal sphere formed with other two towers (Isozaki and Hadid) that surround Three Towers' Square. The name Libeskind its because of its designer, architect Daniel Libeskind.
Type of Building:
Large Commercial (retail /offices)