Located in the heart of Back Bay Boston, this plaza guides pedestrians outside the sustainable mixed-use building that stands as the highest performing office building in New England. The plaza serves as greeting space, an entrance foyer, public gathering space, and event space that functions to provide year-round flexible programming. The plaza consists of a series of sculpted planters and a grove of stainless steel wind vanes. The planters are designed to rise out of fluid paving bands and are sculpted to create multiple seating opportunities within the plaza. The wind vanes feature color changing lights that are programmed to a weather sensor, highlighting the wind intensity on the site. The lights change color based on the intensity of the wind to reflect real time wind data in the form of a colorful light show, transforming the plaza into a living wind diagram.