Marble is among the noblest building materials there are. When used in interiors, it imparts a feeling of sublime elegance and refined classic to the space. This material, which has been used since ancient times, could not be left out at ZŁOTA 44, a place where the sense of good taste is inherent in each detail.
Several weeks ago, the captain of the Polish national football team, one of the best footballers in the world – Robert Lewandowski – purchased an apartment at ZŁOTA 44. The Bayern Munich player has been investing for years, focusing on start-ups and properties. His decisions have always been supported by experts, so little wonder that Robert Lewandowski’s attention has been drawn to the apartments in the high-rise building designed by Daniel Libeskind. We encourage you to read the interview with the captain of the Polish national team, in which he speaks about Warsaw, the unique investments and obviously about ZŁOTA 44.
Benjamin Franklin said that an investment in knowledge pays the best interest. Surely, Robert Lewandowski must be well-aware of this because – as he says – he tries to learn as much as he can about the world of business, expands his knowledge about investment trends and consults his investments with experts. One of his latest business decisions was to buy an apartment in the residential tower at ZŁOTA 44.
More than two centuries ago Scottish thinker and philosopher Adam Smith believed that our love begins at our own house. Smith was a member of the Royal Society of Arts, which has counted among its members such luminaries as Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Baden-Powell and Stephen Hawking. One of the recipients the Society’s scholarships is Jonathan Clarke, Director of Interiors at the multiple-award winning studio Woods Bagot (est. 1869). Clarke, who is principal interior designer for ZŁOTA 44, knows perfectly well that it is not only love that begins at your own house, but also safety, sense of uniqueness and infinite understanding.
The world ‘luxury apartment building’ usually evokes associations of uniqueness such as prime location, its attendant prestige, stellar architecture and breathtaking views. But the true luxury should envelop us as we step into the apartments, taking in and savoring their decor.
There is an old French saying which goes: “Show me how you live, and I’ll tell you who you are”. Likewise, the style icon Coco Chanel used to say: “Your home’s interior is a reflection of your soul”. The interiors we live in reveal a lot about us. By choosing the right furniture and accessories we can express our tastes, passions and the preferred lifestyle without having to utter a single word to our guests.
With its unorthodox, dramatic form, ZŁOTA 44 is seen as a sculpture. But this architectural work of art would not add up to a harmonious whole if the spectacular exterior wasn’t matched by a unique interior. In ZŁOTA 44, the interior blends functionality with an artistic flair. All apartments and common areas have been designed by Woods Bagot’s prestigious London studio. Taking its cue from art and the rich legacy of 19th-century European metropolitan cities and giving it a modern twist, ZŁOTA 44’s interior design perfectly complements the aspirations and spirit of Daniel Libeskind’s architecture.
External appearance of a building often gives an idea about its interiors. The exceptional architecture and character of the body of ZŁOTA 44 designed by Daniel Libeskind are also reflected in the inner space of the residential tower. The layout and decoration of all the apartments and common areas of ZŁOTA 44 is in the hands of the architects of Woods Bagot, a London-based architectural firm of international repute. In June this year, Woods Bagot won the coveted Hospitality Design Magazine Award, which is granted for the most outstanding achievements in the category of interior design of upscale hotels across the world. Out of the record-breaking 560 entries for the competition, the winner was Woods Bagot’s design of the luxury Baccarat Hotel in New York.
KPMG in Poland, in collaboration with REAS, published a report titled “Luxury Property Market in Poland”. The report reveals that the quality of life of Poles is improving every year, with the number of potential buyers of premium apartments growing.
On 11-15 March, MIPIM international property show was held in Cannes. Złota 44 was obviously there, promoted by no other than Daniel Libeskind. The event was an opportunity to officially announce relaunch of apartment sales in the residential tower.