When many people think of Panama City, images of a sleepy third world city with adobe structures and outhouses seems to be the dominant opinion but this couldn’t be further from the truth. For decades now Panama City has been transforming into a modern and cosmopolitan city, and this building stands as a symbol to the progress that has been made.
Originally known as the Revolution tower and currently known as the F&F Tower, this unusual piece of architecture looks like a spiral staircase as it reaches the hight of 797 feet with total floor space of 653,940 sq ft of premium office space. Designed by Architect Pinzón Lozano & Asociados, it offers spectacular views of the city and the ocean. The tower is a marvel of both a design and engineering.
Completed in 2011 and constructed of glass and reinforced concrete, the building has won many international awards for excellence in design and functionality and is one of the most iconic buildings in the city. When you are in the city, stop by its location at Calle 50, Area Bancaria, Panama City, Panama to take your own amazing photos.
Visited: July 29, 2016
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