|Location||Moscow International Business Center, Moscow, Russia|
|Completed||6 October 2014|
|Roof||255 m (837 ft)|
|Floor area||169,000 m2 (1,819,101 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Philipp Nikandrov, chief project architect, ZAO Gorproject, 2011-2014, design was transformed from earlier concept of City Palace Tower 2005-2008 by RMJM|
The tower was designed by RMJM along with Scottish artist Karen Forbes. It looks like two ribbons twisting around each other. Each is twisted by 3° in relation to the preceding one, totalling 135°. The design of the tower was inspired by pictures of the Cathedral of St. Vasily the Blessed, French sculptor Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' and Tatlin's tower.
Construction of the tower began in 2011, and was completed in late 2014.
Evolution Tower was nominated as a finalist for 'Best Tall Building in Europe' by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. A member of the CTBUH jury responsible for selecting the finalists, Anthony Wood was quoted as saying: "The world has seen an increasing number of twisting towers in the last decade or so, but Evolution Tower takes the record for the most extreme twist."
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