Situated one block from Biscayne Bay, the Four Seasons Hotel & Tower is the tallest structure in the southeast. The tower is clad in a glass and metal skin, and the low-rise podium containing parking is stone and pre-cast panels.
The project is designed around the idea of luminosity, taking cues from the quality of the light in Miami and the intersection between the sky and water. The result is a building that is wrapped in soft, light glass with unique silver, reflective metal details. Amenities include a 65,000 square foot roof terrace with pools and gardens designed by landscape architect Dan Kiley.
Handel Architects was Design Architect in a joint venture with Bermello Ajamil & Partners of Miami.