MKDA designed the interiors at Brickell City Tower to honor its former namesake, Brickell Bayview Tower, and the strong post-modern architecture of its building, which includes 45-degree angled glass, large stone panels, and repetitive wood details.
The new lobby, elevator cabs, common corridors, and restrooms were infused with the building’s former beach-side color palette of cool blues and light, grey maples. Details include grey maple millwork, blue limestone flooring and cararra marble slabs. Additionally, the repetitive, angled volumes on the interior reference the strong post-modern exterior architecture.
Aiming to upgrade the building from Class B to Class A, MKDA is also designing tenant floor lobbies and performing graphic and sign design on a highly-visible garage signage package.