Interesting building. The surfaces will be unique in Toronto. I wonder what the reflections will look like at noon in the summer? Hopefully not blinding to other towers nearby. I wonder if the envelope materials will inspire other buildings.
At this height, do builders put in dampening mechanisms to counter wind swaying???
It's certainly more common with taller buildings, but also in shorter buildings that are designed to be slender, like YC Condos, which has a unique structural dampening system.
The One and 1200 Bay Street are recent examples of designs that feature dampeners.
Both of the M+G towers will have TSD (tuned sloshing damper) tanks in the mechanical penthouses up top. The architectural plans show the TSD tank in the west tower as also being a fire tank, probably both are like that even if it's not labeled as such for the east tower. I suppose that means if there is a fire that requires the sloshing tank to be depleted, hope it's not too windy again until the tank is replenished!