Curated art and calming light in the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

Guided by the qualities of light, HBA Atlanta has completed the redesign of the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, with the interiors establishing a sophisticated tranquility in a timeless compliment to the transformative spa experience…

curved seating in the spa with ceramic wall art and paintings in spa at Four Seasons Atlanta

Calming tones and textures to soothe the senses, have been developed as part of the narrative by HBA Atlanta in the redesign of the Four Seasons Atlanta Spa, allowing the guest to focus on inward reflection and the relaxing rejuvenation ahead. Custom millwork with exquisite craftsmanship ensures every corner of detail is considered, just like the spa itself nurtures well-being. Among the spaces reimagined by the design team are the reception area, nine treatment rooms and a relaxation room.

The art collection, curated by HBA brand partner Canvas Art Consultants, enhances the modern serenity narrative. Featuring an elite assembly of local Atlanta artists, the collection is a beautiful showcase of art and nature’s positive influence on human health. Honest materials, soft curves and delicate palettes combine with inspired forms and elements found in nature through a bright, biophilic approach.

large agate wall art in spa entrance with sculptural lighting above displays

Image credit: HBA / Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

Upon entry to the spa reception, a large-scale agate commissioned from artist Amy Rader anchors the feature wall with grounding presence, inviting balance and harmony into the space. Gold-toned accents recall the warmth of the sun, while smooth finishes provide a transitionary moment for guests. Journeying further into the spa experience at large, variance in texture realises gentle, soft-spoken change, celebrated through playful applications of light.

candlelight and backlit agate on the wall create treatment room ambiance

Image credit: HBA / Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

In the relaxation room, contemporary oversized loungers are separated by flowing ivory drapery, providing privacy yet filtered luminosity from the crystalline droplight sconces at each vignette. Wood flooring underfoot delivers the feeling of wellness from nature, while at the rear of the space, an abstract work by artist Amy Rader brings visual calmness. Banquette seating nestled within an alcove is an intimate space for bridal parties and private celebrations, where a sculptural wall installation organically flows above in a graceful exploration of pattern, form and materials.

Main image credit: HBA / Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta