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The Lilium Tower is a lily-shaped, 240m-high luxury apartment hotel and residential building that will become a unique addition to the skyline of Poland's capital, Warsaw. The site for the structure is in the centre of the city adjacent to the Marriott Tower, and opposite the Warsaw Central Railway Station.
Designed by London-based Zaha Hadid Architects in association with architect and academic Patrik Schumacher, the tower's flower-shaped circumference pays homage to the client, developer Lilium Polska SP, and creates a contrasting and complementary focal point among the growing number of skyscrapers being constructed in Warsaw.