|Type||office, residential, restaurant, retail|
|Architectural style||Highrise, Glass|
|Construction started||October 2007|
|Cost||350 million USD|
|Roof||190 m (620 ft) - Flame Tower 1
160 m (520 ft) - Flame Tower 2
140 m (460 ft) - Flame Tower 3
|Design and construction|
|Owner||Azinko Development MMC|
|Structural engineer||Balkar Mühendislik|
|Main contractor||DIA Holding Azerbaijan|
Flame Towers is a residential complex with a roof height of 190 m (620 ft) in Baku, Azerbaijan. The estimated cost of Flame Towers is US$350 million. When completed, the structure will be one of the tallest buildings in Baku. Construction began in 2007, with completion in 2012.
According to a poll of skyscrapercity.com, an influential urbanistic forum, the Illumination of Flame Towers designed by HOK was acknowledged as the best in the world. The Flame Towers are completely covered with the LED screens that display the movement of a fire visible from the farthest points of the city. This illumination creates the effect of giants torches emphasizing the main idea of Flame Towers incorporated in their name.
In popular culture 
The building was featured in Extreme Engineering, a documentary television series that airs on the Discovery Channel and the Science Channel. The episode called "Azerbaijan's Amazing Transformation" was aired on April 22, 2011 as part of Season 9.
- Whilst it could afford this due to oil reserves, the nation's hosting of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 after its Win in the 2011 contest bought it into the spotlight. The flame towers appeared prominently in postcards before many entries.
- "Baku to open Flame Tower". trend.az. Retrieved 24 March 2011.
- Osram lights up Baku's new landmark
- Night Cup
- Flame Towers on Youtube