As architect and designer of all exterior improvements, executive architect for all interiors work, and interior designer for a spa/pool renovation and a new suite of ballrooms and pre-function spaces, Dyer Brown completed the top-to-bottom repositioning of The Langham Hotel, a 9-story historic landmark in Boston’s Financial District. Located in a 1922 Beaux Arts-style landmark building and former New England branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, the design celebrates the building’s New England roots and banking heritage with a warm and luxurious palette. Working with the Boston Landmarks Commission, Dyer Brown designed exterior improvements to the façade, including new awnings, ramps, canopies, signage and exterior lighting as well as infrastructure upgrades throughout including new rooftop cooling towers, a generator, and stormwater retention tanks. The design of the main entrance canopy complimented the building’s Beaux Arts-style, drawing inspiration from original interior design elements in the building. The new lighting design highlights the façade’s grand architectural details, strengthening the building’s presence at night. The original granite and limestone masonry was restored by re-pointing deteriorating mortar, resealing windows, repairing the stone cornice, and cleaning the masonry. Dyer Brown’s team of architects, interior designers, and project managers lead a team of 24 consultants from 3 continents through this complex 7-year project.