17/12/2020   /   Posted by DigitalWaterCurtain

Digital Water Curtain at Houston Center


The heart of downtown Houston is changing and Houston Center is changing with it. Working with the stellar design teams Gensler and Clark Condon, Brookfield Properties reimagined the landmark 4.2M square foot office and retail campus as a modern and dynamic mixed-use office campus with the amenities to retain and attract top talent. This includes a 6,000+ square foot fitness center, 7,500 square feet of tenant conferencing, and a central plaza featuring greenspace for taking relaxing breaks or taking in outdoor events.

Set in a dynamic environment along Houston’s innovation corridor, Houston Center prioritizes connectedness, hospitality, serendipity and intuition.

Placed right in the heart and hub of the city, Houston Center presents an innovative space for innovative thinkers, connecting places to people and people to each other in this modern and dynamic mixed-use office campus with the amenities to retain and attract top talent. Doers and thinkers, dreamers and pioneers are welcome here!.

At the side of the outdoor plaza, there is a modern digital water curtain Gateway, an iconic architecture element to bring freshness and relaxation into the environment. The digital waterfall weaves elaborated water patterns dynamically changing in flowing sequences, creating in this way an innovative 21st century water feature.

The digital water curtain is a cost effective alternative to introduce water into an urban landscape, since it is very sustainable because it needs little water and energy to work. Water is always recycling, being at all times filtrated and chemically treated to so it is always flowing clean and safe.

The 20’ long Digital Water Curtain drops the water graphics and patterns from a 16’ height, raining down to entertain, amaze and refresh the people around in the city’s hot summer days.


The interactive waterfall is lighted for atop with colorful LED lights, illuminating the falling water displays in bright colors at night, creating a richly woven tapestry of water and light in many colors.

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