In homage to its previous namesake, Brickell Bayview Tower, the newly coined Brickell City Tower has an interior of cool blues and light, grey maples. The bay views may be gone, but with the infusion of a beach side palette, it remains a strong influence. Additionally, the repetitive, angled volumes on the interior reference the strong post-modern exterior architecture.
The building’s architecture is era-specific with strong post-modern details. With 45-degree angled glass, large stone panels, and repetitive wood details, the interior is a refreshing spin on the exterior’s geometry. The flooring is quartered-turned, blue limestone with grey maple throughout, which helps elevate its reputation from a Class B building into a Class A one.