The Revolution Tower is certainly breaking the status quo in Panamanian architecture. They have broken the rules followed by traditional architects in this country. It’s design is bold and controversial. Some like it, others hate it—the taste is in the pudding.
The Revolution Tower promises to be one of the most innovative office towers in all of Central America, not to mention Panama City. It will break all of the rules of architectural design, specialized systems, luxury and comfort of any other office building built in Latin America.
The exclusive office tower, designed with corporate clients in mind, will have all of the amenities that international companies are used to, and many additional features.
- Fifty-two floors
- Four basements
- Visitors parking
- Five high-speed elevators
- Beautiful, double-height lobby with Italian design and decorations.
- Each office has a terrace with sweeping views of the city skyline.
- Ceiling height of 3.2 meters
- Private bath in each office
- Thermal-treated, solar window panes
- Sprinkler system
- On-site emergency electric plant in case of power failure.
- Internet/fiber-optic ready posh offices.
In my final blog-post about this interesting structure. I’ll include two more pictures of the tower in black and white, blending gracefully with Panama City’s gorgeous skyline. Here we go.