The stunning Mohamed VI Tower will be the highest tower in Morocco and one of the tallest in Africa. Braced 70 per cent by its concrete core and 30 per cent by the structure of the steel porticos on its façade, the tower is built to withstand strong winds, seismic events, and flooding. A tuned mass damper system will be installed in the last few storeys to reduce oscillations. Designed by BESIX’s dedicated Façade Department, the façade covers more than 70,000 square metres across the tower and podium and is fitted with 3,350 square metres of photovoltaic panels. Other sustainable elements such as rainwater recovery and wastewater recycling systems have been integrated into the design.