One Peachtree Center and Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel

John Portman
1992 and 1976 (renovation, 1986)



Distant view of three skyscrapers with a distinct skyline identity

left: One Peachtree Center; center: Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel--both by Portman; right: One-Ninety-One Peachtree Tower by Johnson/Burgee

The seventy-story cylindrical hotel, clad in reflective glass, has glass-enclosed elevator shafts running up the exterior of the building. One of, if not the tallest hotel in the United States, it has spectacular interior spaces like other Portman skyscrapers. (See the Index and especially Renaissance Center in Detroit.




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