Carpe Diem

Commercial & Retail

A landmark tower

Carpe Diem


Carpe Diem was France's first skyscraper to earn LEED Platinum certification. Renowned for its atypical architecture, this iconic Paris building has come to be known as the “diamond-head tower” due to its diamond point façade. The project was designed around specific ecological, aesthetic and practical characteristics. Apart from 29 floors of prime office space it features a bustling commercial setting and accommodates more than 3,000 people. The building boasts striking ‘deco’ floors including a winter garden with suspended woven cocoons, a second floor entrance hall with a 15-metre ceiling and zinc and glass-clad walls, and an auditorium showcasing unique ceiling architecture and an elaborately themed restaurant.


Paris, France

SCI Carpe Diem

$182 million


2010 - 2013

Construct Only

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