Four Seasons Flagship Hotel

Toronto, Canada

Project Category: Hospitality
Developer: Bay-Yorkville Developments
Lighting Consultant: neoalpha global
Architects: architectsAlliance
Owner: Shahid Khan
Interior Design: Yabu Pushelberg

 

Occupying a gleaming blue glass tower in the elegant Yorkville neighborhood, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto boasts a chic, contemporary residential design style. All rooms have a cool gray color scheme with white and gold accents and lots of neutral wood and granite stonework, most notably in the spacious bathrooms, which have luxe touches such as deep-soaking tubs.

It’s steps from fine shopping, dining and cultural activities. With a Daniel Boulud-helmed restaurant, Café Boulud Toronto, and a fashionable lounge, Dbar, you’ll eat exceptionally well.

A Four-Star spa offers some of the city’s best treatments. The hotel’s gym is flush with amenities from fruit-infused water to clothes available for borrowing to attend yoga classes.

Aside from the amenities, this flagship hotel holds another special significance — Toronto was where the Four Seasons brand launched.

neoalpha global has carried out the conceptualization, design development and site supervision of the overall FOH architectural lighting. The overall design scope included lighting design for the external façade and interior FOH spaces.