The high-end Senior Living Owners and Managers know a target market for new resident prospects comes from the Luxury Golf and Country Club Communities. These prospects have a comfort level with five-star service and design and wish to maintain a quality of life to which they are accustomed. Our reimagining program for the 65,000 sqft Senior Living Facility is enhanced by our experience with country club design. Beginning with the 1st impression, we replaced the front desk with a new backlit onyx reception desk and millwork columns to welcome guests and residents in a concierge fashion. The living room was refreshed, and furnishings reoriented to look out two story windows toward the pool and tropical setting.
The resident is encouraged to socialize and have most meals in their clubhouse dining facilities. Therefore, venue variety is key. Formal dining, Casual Dining and Café style dining offer these options. The Windsor, a formal dining room is an intimate venue with rich dark woods, leather chairs, candles and crisp white table cloths. The Verandah, a casual lunch and dining venue is flooded with natural light by skylights and clerestory windows. We opted for a saturated palette and a new buffet station focal point for the room with marble mosaic tile accent wall, new large rose motif carpet design and new furnishings. The third venue, the Cavendish, overlooks the pool for a more casual daytime dining experience using light weight rattan chairs and a coastal palette. Special care was taken in the selection of furnishings that meet the needs of the aging population.
The highly anticipated, first U.S. outpost of Novikov Restaurant and Bar features a Chinese-Japanese cuisine in a glamorous and high-energy setting in Miami, Florida.
The Novikov Restaurant owners were interested in expanding their brand into the Miami, Florida market at a third international location. Other restaurant offerings in Dubai and London compliments the Russian locations. Market analysis uncovered a spectacular comer site in South Miami on Key Biscayne Boulevard with views of the water. The design team of Peacock+ Lewis Architects of North Palm Beach and Tihany Design in New York as well as culinary, lighting and sound specialists to create the unique signature experience of Novikov.
Fresh seafood, sushi and international culinary offering are trademarks of the Novikov brand.
The bar was designed to integrate the dining room while being a focal point for the entire dining experience. This location is also a prime spot for outdoor seating on a terrace that has views of the water with pedestrian traffic. Plans included a 65-foot opening wall to engage the terrace with the dining room.
The Rybovich Marina has the capability to serve the yacht industry for storage, maintenance and repair of yachts up to 195 feet. A Crew Campus was developed to serve the active and fit staff of these vessels while at dock. Peacock + Lewis designed the cafe and fitness center overlooking the docks and adjacent to the outdoor fire pit, pool and crew lounge. The Marina and Yacht cafe offers indoor and outdoor covered dining. A boats bow shaped bar anchors the outdoor covered space. Multiple televisions and flexible outdoor seating suit this lively dining venue.
The interior continues the ship’s bow, this time reflected in the floor using two toned wood look tiles. A custom shaped community table with an inlayed Marina and Yacht logo complete the bow shape of the boat. The fitness facility offers state of the art equipment with views to the marina and vessels. Like the crew cafeteria, the crew fitness center was designed with perimeter glass to provide abundant natural daylight in a durable yet uplifting environment.
Nestled within the iconic Breakers Hotel, is the Flagler Club, a twenty-five room private access, concierge level, VIP experience, or “hotel within a hotel." Discreetly located in the resort’s top two floors, Peacock + Lewis Architects and Planners, LLC was commissioned to renovate the existing twenty-one guest rooms and four suites. The existing guest room and bathroom finishes were extremely traditional and dated. The challenge was to create an open and airy feeling despite the limited and fixed sizes of the existing guest room and bathroom footprints.
The hotel wanted to elevate the guest experience with modern and upscale finishes and furniture. The result was stylish, luxuriously appointed accommodation blending contemporary design with Palm Beach glamour. All the guest room furniture is custom designed and manufactured with a dark walnut stain with a beautiful high gloss finish. Sky blue grass cloth wall covering covers the walls. Spa-like bathrooms feature golden Calcutta marble, rain shower heads and Electric Mirrors (edge lit mirrors with hidden TV’s). Specialty mattresses and bedding were purchased by the hotel for further enhance the guest experience.
HMF, which made its debut in November 2013, is named for Breakers founder and Palm Beach pioneer Henry Morrison Flagler. The cocktail lounge and contemporary-style dining venue is located in what was originally built as the Florentine Room in the mid-1920s. For several years, the space was divided into the Tapestry Bar and the resort's gourmet restaurant. Breakers HMF, enlisted internationally renowned hospitality designer Adam D. Tihany to conceptualize a sophisticated interpretation of the traditional hotel lobby bar.
Construction time was approximately six months after a year and a half of planning. Tihany acted as design consultant to Peacock + Lewis Architects. The design is a blend of old and new, with original ceiling details and other architectural elements highlighted and sleek new furniture and fixtures introduced. HMF brings back the glories of the Florentine Room with a fresh point of view and a very current vibe, Baker said "It's a game-changer."
The original Beach Club Project consisted of the demolition of a 50 year old beach club complex and reconstruction of a new two-story 35,000 sqft Beach Club containing Dining, Spa, Fitness, Pools, Cabanas, Kitchens and site work within a six month period. In 2012 a complete remodeling was undertaken bringing the Beach Club current to today's casual lifestyle. The project included remodeling the existing Dining Room and Kitchen, Outdoor Bars, Dining Terrace and Grand Cabanas.
The remodeling of the Beach Club features custom sized and designed mahogany exterior doors which fold open to adjacent outdoor covered loggia providing a casual ocean front food and beverage experience. The interior design was converted from pastel flora to a transitional island classical décor with mahogany inlaid wood floors with flanking stone warm stained millwork trim and paddle fans and new lighting. High backed rattan banquettes along the interior walls combined with large potted palms help to enhance the tropical oceanfront dining experience.
The bar experience was enhanced with the design of an eat-at outdoor covered “see through” bar providing a visual connection to the cabanas and terrace dining under the grand stair leading to the upper level pavilion. The original cabanas were redesigned to provide gracious and comfortable indoor and outdoor covered, trellised and open relaxation space overlooking the pool deck and ocean.
Located atop the Phillips Point building in downtown West Palm Beach, this penthouse level restaurant features panoramic views of the city skyline, surrounding marinas and the Breakers Resort along the Atlantic Ocean.
The concept for interior design of this marquee space was to provide flexibility for a variety of member, guest and public events in a chic, vibrant, exhilarating space with dramatic day time and evening views. The finishes, décor and lighting enhance the food and beverage experience for business lunches, cocktails, fine dining and special events.
Walking into the Seafood Bar restaurant at The Breakers feels like entering a luxury liner or a grand yacht. Columns have porthole designs, and ceiling fixtures have cage-like frames that would fit right in on a promenade deck. The restaurant redesign by Peacock+ Lewis Architects, with designer Adam D. Tihany, uses large windows to provide sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean behind the bar. Taking spaces from a foyer and the Flagler Boardroom generated enough room for an efficient new kitchen, which takes up 40 percent of the space. Diners also can see a prominent display of fresh seafood and the chefs at work. Seating was expanded by 33 percent. One of the restaurant's signature features, an aquarium that serves as a bar top, was expanded as well.