The project is a composition of three towers; the central tower represents a spear and a shield and the star at its top symbolises the unity of the nation. There are two symmetrical towers on both sides of the spear. They are designed in the form of two traditional Djibouti daggers, decorated with elements symbolising a Laurel wreath. The Laurel wreath represents the peace granted to the people of Djibouti after independence on 27 June 1977.
Djibouti Towers will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa at a height of 243 m. It is expected that representatives of large international business, financial sector and retail will be located on the territory of two towers, each of them will be 43 floors high.
The project has already been approved by the President and the Government of the Republic of Djibouti.
Four-level basement floors; Trade & Entertainment Centre with boutiques, restaurants, cinemas and Concert and Exhibition hall, Business centre with representative offices of large companies, private residence, luxury hotel, panoramic restaurants and observation decks. The heart of the complex is a rotating ball, symbolising the union of all peoples, races and cultures of Africa, Conference halls for receiving high-ranking delegations, as well as observation decks and panoramic restaurants.
The construction of the towers will transform the region into a business district with a developed infrastructure, business environment and eco-friendly green spaces; the new architecture will attract a large flow of tourists and investment to East Africa, which means great importance for the development of the region.