At 202 metres, the tower designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki (with Andrea Maffei Architects) is one of Italy’s tallest buildings.
Its 50 floors, 46 of which for use as office space, can accommodate up to 3,800 people, over a total floor space of about 53,000 m2 (GLA).
Inspired by Brancusi's Endless Column, it is a metaphor for a building stretching limitlessly towards the sky.
Characterised by extreme flexibility in the floor plan modules for work spaces and completely illuminated by natural light, the building also enjoys panoramic views of incredible charm.
A two-level entrance lobby directly links Torre Isozaki to the central square of CityLife and to the new Tre Torri M5 metro station.
Torre Isozaki has been pre-certified LEED Gold.