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Pirelli Tower (Italian: Grattacielo Pirelli – likewise called "Pirellone", truly "Huge Pirelli"), is a 32-story, 124.1 m (407 ft) high rise in Milan, Italy. Characterized by an auxiliary skeleton, shade divider façades and decreased sides, it was among the principal high rises to stand near the standard square form. From its finish to 1995 it was the tallest worked at building in Italy. It has been hailed as the standout amongst the most richly designed tall structures on the planet.