White Tower, designed by the Italian studio Franzina + Partners Architettura, is a 60-meter tower on the north side of Central Park in New York. The worksite begins in the second quarter of 2013, and the construction, including interior finishings, should take from 18 to 24 months. The lot is owned by the Adventist Church, and the area has been granted on the condition that a facility for worship be included inside the building itself. The position of the nucleus, for the staircases and elevators, has a structural value, guaranteeing greater stability and giving all the apartments a panoramic terrace overlooking Central Park, to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. The facade, in continuous glass with sliding white aluminium sunscreens, interprets the dynamic character of the city, offering new perspectives from different vantage points. The use of advanced technologies like automatically regulated thermal panels for the external finish, which reflect heat in the summer and absorb it in the winter, insulated glazings for thermal comfort and the reduction of energy consumption, a solar-powered system of sunscreens for the production of renewable energy, a domotic system for control of heating, natural and artificial lighting and security (video surveillance), make the White Tower an advanced example of the intelligent building.