As the popularity of biophilia continues to soar, especially following the pandemic, luxury condos in Boston are embracing this design philosophy by incorporating unique architectural features and innovative window systems, that seamlessly connect residents to the natural world. From natural light to fresh air, these luxury developments prioritize wellness and provide an ideal living space for those seeking balance and harmony.
The St. Regis Residences, Boston
Located in the vibrant Seaport District of Boston, The St. Regis Residences, Boston is a luxurious new condominium development situated on the last available residential waterfront site on the picturesque Boston Harbor.
Residences boast private balconies or the first-ever Air-Lux windows in the United States. The Air-Lux windows feature a Swiss-engineered floor-to-ceiling glass façade system, incorporating expansive sliding windows that can be opened effortlessly with the push of a button, allowing for an immediate infusion of fresh outdoor air into every living space. This cutting-edge feature ensures that residents can effortlessly connect with the natural world while enjoying all the comforts and conveniences of modern luxury living.
Four Seasons One Dalton
As the tallest residential tower in Boston and New England, Four Seasons One Dalton offers unparalleled views of the city and an abundance of natural light.
The building’s unique soft triangle shape and seamless glass façade, crafted by the renowned architecture firms Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and CambridgeSeven, create a harmonious and rounded-corner experience for each residence, allowing for optimal light penetration. This design feature embraces biophilia and maximizes the amount of natural light that enters every home, illuminating the living spaces with a warm, inviting glow.