Designed as the personal residence of one of the world’s most revered masters of public architecture, Four Seasons Residence #4050 is a shining example of modern, sophisticated living and a far cry from what we’ve known as modern architecture in Denver. It is more reminiscent of what you might see in New York City, Los Angeles, or London.
At just over 4800 square feet, this three bedroom, four bathroom home is exactly what you would expect from a world class architect – Italian cabinetry, marble floors, state of the art Thermador appliances, exceptional lighting to showcase the finest art collection, home automation – along with hidden surprises throughout. From its vantage point atop the Four Seasons Hotel Denver, you’ll marvel at some of the best views city and mountain views in Colorado.
It is, in a word, intentional… Every detail was carefully considered and centered on an “essentialist” ethos – where less, but better- is the rule. Clean lines, and an absence of ornamentation, set the tone for the entire home. It is simultaneously a dominant feature of the design style, and a blank canvas from which to create your own…
The entire home was designed with human scale and proportion at the heart of every decision and is as well-suited for intimate gatherings as it is for large scale entertaining. Every room feels natural and comfortable, and the subtle use of similar, yet different materials make the transitions seamless. One of the most critical of essential elements in this incredible home is light. Walls of glass invite rays of sunshine to playfully reflect across elegant surfaces. Rooms come alive with the subtle and deliberate use of artificial light. The entire mood of a space, or the illumination of a particular object can change with the touch of a button. And when the sun sets, and the city comes alive, there is a magic to the sea of lights laid out below.