HKS Architects, BAMO, Aflalo, Studio Arthur Casas collaborate for Four Seasons Hotel São Paulo

Iron House Real Estate, a real estate developer and subsidiary of Cornélio Brennand Group, partnered with Tamweelview European Holdings, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), to bring the first Four Seasons hotel and private residences to Brazil, in the city of São Paulo. Four Seasons Hotel São Paulo at Nações Unidas is expected to open in 2017, with private residences to follow.

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences in São Paulo was designed by HKS Architects in partnership with Aflalo e Gasperini Architects. The interior design was created by BAMO for the hotel and by Studio Arthur Casas for the residential project.

The property will be located at an 82,000-square-meter (880,000-square-foot) mixed-used development including green spaces in the southern part of São Paulo known as Parque da Cidade. The focal part of the project will be a 29-story tower with 16 floors occupied by the hotel and 13 floors for the residential units.

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The 254-room hotel and 84 private residences will be the first foray into Brazil for Four Seasons. 

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