The Stalexport skyscrapers are twin skyscrapers (Tower A and Tower B) located in Katowice, Silesia, Poland. The buildings share a three-story base. They were designed by Yugoslavian architect Georg Gruićić in the late 1970s and finished in 1981 and 1982, respectively.When built, they were the tallest buildings in Poland, outside the capital, Warsaw. They were designed to accommodate 1800 people. The towers were originally used by the Centre for Foreign Trade.The total floor area is 27,183 m². They now contain over 700 offices.
Height: A: 97 m, B: 92 m
Floors: A: 21, B: 19
Construction finished: A: 1981, B: 1982