Four Seasons One Dalton, the tallest residential building in New England and the tallest building constructed in Boston in over 40 years, has just won several architectural awards. The LIV Design Awards recognize One Dalton’s ability to “stand out while respectfully fitting in” to the context of Boston. One Dalton won the categories of “Architectural Design – City Destination” and “Architectural Design Hotel – Luxury.”
Designed by the late architect Henry N. Cobb, a Boston native and founding partner of the distinguished Pei Cobb Freed architecture firm, One Dalton has become a transformative presence on the Boston skyline. Working with local architecture firm Cambridge Seven Associates, Cobb crafted a modern skyscraper inspired by both Boston’s history as well as its progressive future. Its “soft triangle” sculptural form rises from a strong granite base and creates sweeping views while reducing corridors, to offer residents ultimate privacy. Drawing inspiration from Back Bay tradition, the architect designed unique operational architectural bay windows that create multidirectional panoramas while maintaining a sleek and clean facade. Surrounding the elliptical building are streetscapes by landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh.
Opened in 2019, Four Seasons One Dalton is situated in the heart of the chic Back Bay neighborhood and just steps from Symphony Hall, Newbury Street, Copley Plaza, and Fenway Park. Bill Rooney of Bill Rooney Studio Inc was commissioned to drive the design aesthetic of the Hotel’s public spaces and guest rooms. The development features 160 private residences atop a 215-room five-star Four Seasons Hotel. The masterful interior design exemplifies a cutting-edge modern aesthetic, ultimately creating one of the premier hotel experiences in Boston.
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