The new offices of the Region of Piedmont will have 30 floors, making the building the tallest in the city after the Mole Antonelliana.
It is also a ground-breaking example of contemporary architecture in a city that has seen very few innovations in architecture since 1961.
The imposing scale of the building and the transparency of its facades will make Fuksas? project a landmark, a recognisable symbol capable of giving significance to its context, which will be transformed along with it.
The complex will consist of two elements: a 100 metre tower housing the Region?s offices and a lower, horizontally-oriented building which will be used as a conference centre for 150 people and a centre providing other services to the city. The two facilities will have a single entrance.