Hotel Interior Designer: : Clodagh Design International
Hotel Kitchen + Laundry Consultant: SDI Consulting
It/Security/Av Consultant: Consentini Associates
Life Safety/Building Code: SLS Consulting, Inc.
Lighting: Office for Visual Interaction
Parking : Walter P. Moore
Permit Expeditor: John Bar
Pool : Weston & Sampson Engineers
Private Provider Reviewer: Bureau Veritas
Surveyor: Fortin Leavy Skiles
Traffic: Kimley Horn
Wind Tunnel: Rowan Williams Davies & Irwin Inc.
Zoning Attorney: Akerman Senterfitt
Client/Owner : Swire Properties
Client Construction Team: Swire Properties
Text description provided by the architects. Brickell City Centre, Swire Properties Inc.’s massive mixed-use project in the heart of Miami, has been integrally woven with a lush native and adapted tropical landscape that sets a new standard for urban lifestyle landscapes. Landscape Architect, ArquitectonicaGEO, collaborated closely with the architects of Arquitectonica to design an extraordinary multi-level environment.
Virtually all horizontal surfaces within a 9-acre area extending over more than three city blocks are enrobed in a lively plant palette, sophisticated hardscapes or the clear blue waters of stylish pools. From streetscapes and internal retail concourses, to residential and hotel amenity decks, open air restaurants and 40th floor sky lounge, and planted bridges that span the blocks, the landscape is designed to enhance the spare elegance of 5.4 million square feet of office, residential, hotel, retail and entertainment space.
The elevated landscapes create a new kind of “central park”, and firmly establish a center of gravity for Miami’s urban renaissance. Nearly 1 acre of amenity decks were crafted to highlight South Florida’s endangered native landscapes, while providing abundant recreational opportunities for residents and visitors, and critical habitat support for regional wildlife. The various landscape settings are intended to be enjoyed from a multitude of intimate spaces within, as well as viewed like a rich tapestry from the Centre’s towers above and from other towers nearby.