Torre Solaria was designed by Arquitectonica, Dolce Vita Homes, with the partners Antonio Citterio, Patricia Viel and Partners and Coima Image, which supervised the public areas and the interiors, creating one of the most important buildings of the Porta Nuova project. The tower is 143 m high (470 ft) and has 37 floors and four basements, thus being the highest residential building of Italy. It’s inserted between Torre Aria and Torre Solea, forming a complex named “Torri residenziali delle Varesine”.
The works began on January 2010 and finished on October 22nd 2012: the building is made of three wings with different heights in order to have better natural enlightenment in the middle. Torre Solaria contains 102 flats where every room has glass walls and the terraces, organized into an irregular order, provide the best privacy. These residences have a high value, plus the tower is equipped with multi-functional areas such as a room for private parties, a home theatre with a maxi screen, a billiard room and other comforts.