Video: Kinetic Facade Installed At 830 Brickell Office Tower

A kinetic façade that captures Miami’s breeze is now being installed at the under-construction 830 Brickell office tower, a new video shows.

The video, posted Friday to the Brickell Living Facebook group, shows installation underway, with the portions already installed flapping in the wind.

In addition to masking the parking and providing pleasing aesthetics, the aluminum panels allow air to flow through and ventilate the building, permit visibility from the inside, and deflect Solar Heat Gain, according to the manufacturer.

830 Brickell topped off in June as the second tallest office tower in Miami, with completion scheduled for later this year.

To see the video of the kinetic façade in action at 830 Brickell, click here.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
18 days ago

Cool. It looks like a big running wall fountain.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Very futuristic. I can see this being a trend in Miami!

Joe CARollo
18 days ago

Only thing I like better than more parking is parking with a kinetic facade.

bob
17 days ago

Si.

anon
18 days ago

I walked by 2 weeks back and saw the first sections installed. This looks really cool, great job ASGG.

Azure
18 days ago

That’s going to look amazing! Almost like a giant video board.

Anonymous
18 days ago

I saw it in person, looks amazing. But my first thought was, these thing will be Chinese stars in Category 5 winds.

Anonymous
18 days ago

They do extensive environmental testing at high wind speeds and adjust the engineering accordingly

Anonymoose
18 days ago

Brickell has a lot more to worry about than that if a hurricane of that scale blows through. Welcome to Atlantis

Anonymous
17 days ago

Atlantis has a hole in it for wind to pass through doe.

Anonymous
18 days ago

I would rather try to dodge Chinese stars in category 5 winds than try to dodge the blown off roof from your house in them.

Anonymous
17 days ago

So you would rather be slashed than a tile they would probably just crack?

Pat
17 days ago

Quick….quick….quick….alert the engineers, the manufacturers, and the Building inspectors about your thoughts and ideas.

Those people who do this stuff for a living probably did not think this through! You have to save them!!! Quick!

Anonymous
17 days ago

That anonymous is another building construction/hurricane expert who reads TNM.

Anonymous
17 days ago

When code requires parking pedestals to be concealed, this should be how to conceal it instead of queasy murals and/or randomly placed sheet metal.

Annie
9 days ago

It’s beautiful but what will they do with big ugly concrete wall facing SLS Lux once beautiful east-facing side condos? Hope it’s not going to be just paint. Ima gine waking up and looking at concrete wall… for your 900K invested

Wtf
18 days ago

Kinetic projectile in the next major hurricane

JBL
17 days ago

I suppose it didn’t even occur to you that the many architects, engineers, consultants and contractors involved in this project didn’t even consider, even for one fleeting moment, how the effects of a category 5 hurricane would impact not only the structure itself but the kinetic facade of the podium?

Anonymous
17 days ago

Meanwhile, he was guaranteed that he’ll be “as snug as a bug in a rug” where he lives during the next major hurricane.