The membership of the Bay Colony Golf Club voted in the Fall of 2007 with a 68% approval to remodel and add to their existing golf clubhouse. The improvements included the addition of a new kitchen and back-of-house space along with the remodeling of the dining venues to provide flexibility and added capacity to satisfy a growing demand for the superior cuisine and service at the club. Construction began in the winter of 2008 and was completed in summer 2009.
Planned for two years, the project involved closing the clubs nearly 30-yar old clubhouse for eight months and spending $11.5 million to deliver a new look, more functional layout and fresh amenities that can all help attract new members to the property.
The most striking change from the project was the conversion of the former golf shop into a 4,700-sqft open-air bar and causal grill called the 55th hole. The new venues has glass walls that slide away to let the outdoors in and glass railing on the surrounding wraparound terrace allow unobstructed and colorful views of the practice range, sky and surrounding landscape of mature trees and colorful landscape.
The club took the advantage of an opportunity to purchase a failing 60,000 square foot, three story Medical Office Building adjacent to their campus and transform it into a cutting edge “Lifestyle Center”.
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 S.F. 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.
A spectacular 6,000 square foot indoor-outdoor oceanfront fitness center was designed as one of the finest and most complete resort/hotel fitness experiences of its kind. Perched atop the existing Beach Club complex, previously challenged as an open terrace event space due to the robust sea breezes, the new wellness venue provides breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean through 10’ high arched mahogany windows.
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.
Broken Sound Club in Boca Raton, FL has recently completed another exciting phase of their clubhouse master plan under General Manager John Crean. This phase featured the total re-design of the pool area and snack bar at the main clubhouse.
Peacock + Lewis set out to totally recreate the aquatics experience at Broken Sound Club with a design team creating a one of-a-kind solution for the membership.
The office was designed to capture the executive’s high energy, love for art and European design style. The leadership qualities of the general manager were the main criteria for choosing the design elements. Reclaimed wood hardwood flooring, natural fiber wallpapers and tree root plank for conference table were a few of the elements selected to reflect the executive’s unique style and energy. The office is designed as a beautiful frame to showcase the colorful oversized canvas artwork throughout the space.
For this 22,000 sqft renovation and 10,000 sqft addition the challenge was to transform the existing fitness facility with multiple covered walkways between buildings into a state of the art wellness environment for all ages to enjoy. The project included expanded Fitness and Wellness areas, Pilates and Spin Studios, a Signature Spa, Cyber Cafe, Nail Salon and Fitness/Tennis retail shop.
This 20,000 sqft golf clubhouse located in a private gated community acts as a gathering place for members, their families and guests. The clubhouse features a Grille Room, Main Dining Room, Golf Shop, Men's and Ladies Locker Rooms, Men's and Ladies Card Rooms, Library and Board Room. The overall design concept was to create "timeless elegance." Maximizing views to the golf courses. A central gallery with a barrel vaulted ceiling leads you to the Living Room, the hub and central gathering space of the club, where members can relax and socialize in comfortable seating awaiting for their guests to arrive. Rich dark wood accents complement a full height painted millwork fireplace with a green onyx stone surround.
The interior design of Els Corporate Office reflects a South African heritage, the client’s casual style and showcases the Els many interests and accomplishments. Space planned with efficiency in mind, interior hallways were minimized. Natural light permeates the work spaces. The office flows from space to space through reclaimed wood barn doors and sliding glass partitions. Stained concrete floors with custom rugs support the casual atmosphere.
After investigating several locations for a casual dining venue, the new 19th Hole Grille Room Pavilion was located adjacent to the putting green with panoramic views down the 10th fairway and water feature separating the practice facilities.
Peacock + Lewis was inspired by the oak lined drive winding from the Grey Oaks gate past natural Florida landscaping to the clubhouse. Phase I renovation to the existing locker room wing began by enhancing the Locker Entry and Gallery. The existing Gallery already had high ceilings and large windows offering natural light. Peacock + Lewis took this opportunity to introduce the "Grey Oaks" theme with a limed, distressed "Grey Oak" wood plank ceiling transforming a long hallway to a comfortable gallery experience.
The interior design was inspired by the oak canopy over the winding drive from the entry thru the golf course to the clubhouse and the beauty of natural Florida landscaping along the way. Phase I renovation to the existing locker room wing included enhancing the Locker Entry and Gallery. The gallery was designed with high ceilings and large windows offering abundant natural light. The designers took this opportunity to introduce the “Oaks” theme into the clubhouse interior design utilizing a limed, distressed “Oak” wood plank ceiling.
Peacock + Lewis Interior Designers work with the Peacock and Lewis architectural team or are sometimes brought in by our clients to collaborate with the their own architectural team. We have completed numerous projects in Sebastian Inlet, the Treasure Coast, and Palm Beach. Located in some of the most prestigious communities in South Florida including Seminole Landing, Sewall's Point, Lost Tree and The Loxahatchee Club. In addition, our work is showcased in residences from the Bahamas to Boston. Custom ceiling designs, millwork cabinets, fireplace surrounds, stair design and high attention to details, fabrics, furnishings and lighting create unique spaces that embrace the client’s lifestyle and personal tastes.
Ten years after the main clubhouse was completed, a one story version of the clubhouse was designed to meet the growing demand for fitness and spa services. A more casual interior design to reflect the high energy activities of fitness and wellness was created.
The membership of Loblolly Yacht Club voted with an 80% approval to replace their existing yacht club with a new building on the same site. The original Yacht Club was designed by Peacock + Lewis for the original developer of the community in 1979.The new facility accommodates a growing demand at the club for a less formal waterside dining experience for a multi-generational membership.
The membership of the Lost Tree Club voted with a 82% approval to replace their existing Beach Club with a new facility on the same site. Designed in “Old Florida” Cottage Vernacular, the new building was designed with a main floor elevated six feet above the original building height to capture the best views to the ocean, pool deck and tennis courts, to better withstand coastal storms and to provide covered parking and storage.
On April 30, 2010, the membership of the Lost Tree Club voted with a 82% approval to replace their existing Clubhouse with a new facility on the same site. Conceived in "Island Classical" vernacular, the new building is designed with a main floor elevated seven feet above the original building height and in a shape to capture the best views of the Nicklaus signature golf course out of the dining venues.
Phase III of the facilities master plan was the successful completion of the Fitness/Spa Building on the site of the original administration building. The two story building houses the spa and a private Pilates studio on the upper level above the Fitness Center and main arrival at the main level.
The Loxahatchee Club was well known in the golf community as a high end golf club. Recognizing the growth in fitness and spa amenities at club communities, the leadership surveyed their members to determine their interest in such a facility. The membership voted with enthusiasm to proceed with the new facility along with an entry to the community, a new pool and deck area. In response to the Tennis, Pool, Fitness and Spa desires, the facility includes a Tennis/Spa/Fitness/Retail Shop, Floor Exercise Room, Locker Rooms with Steam Rooms, Massage/Facial Treatment Rooms, Concierge Stations and Lounges. Pilates Room, Cardio/Weights Studio, Snack Bar Kitchen, Poolside Restrooms and Pool Deck Dining.
Home of the prestigious Memorial Tournament since 1976, Muirfield Village has been consistently ranked in the Top 20 in the United States and Top 50 in the world since it opened. Voted the No. 1 course in golf-rich Ohio. Muirfield Village Golf Club was the dream and work of Jack Nicklaus, in association with Desmond Muirhead.
The décor of this new building was designed to be consistent with the cozy, warm and welcoming feel of the clubhouse and new corporate suites.
With finishes to support the active, energetic activities of physical fitness, strength training and enhanced golf performance.
The existing golf club architecture is a classical European style. The lobby's stone wall panels, stone floor detailing and mahogany furnishings set the tone of the interior design. A sixteen foot famous Chinese calligraphy poem from the original building is featured behind the main reception desk. The private dining suite can be accessed from the lobby. Custom wood doors highlight the Boardroom, Private Dining Room and Lounge. Direct access to the remodeled kitchen supports this V.I.P. dining experience. The Main Dining Room was expanded for additional capacity and overlooks the new Nicklaus Signature Golf Course with an adjacent outdoor covered dining terrace.
The 32,000 sqft spa, salon and fitness center addition and renovation takes its inspiration from the seaside community where it resides. Its rich yachting history influenced the design aesthetic. Located in a setting filled with wildlife and surrounded by unspoiled natural estuaries, the color palette and artwork share this vision. Photographs of indigenous trees, birds and mangroves punctuate the interior environment as an understated connection to this specific local. A fountain creates the sense of entry between the existing structure and new addition. The existing structure (originally a golf clubhouse) with low floor to floor heights was remodeled to create an intimate spa environment. Running trim and millwork is high gloss varnished stained teak staying consistent with the nautical theme.
The Rybovich Marina has the capability to serve the yacht industry for storage, maintenance and repair of yachts up to 195ft. 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.
Designed as the community gathering spot for morning coffee and outdoor casual dining, the Crossroads Cafe is a relaxing year round location for residents to arrive by foot, bicycle, golf cart or in automobiles to meet, relax and enjoy lite fare.
The new Fitness/Tennis Shop Building is located west of the Aquatics Complex and east of the tennis courts overlooking the Atlantic Ocean to enhance the casual lifestyle amenity offerings. The upper level of the new building connects back to the current clubhouse for convenience with access to the existing Beach Club and new Card Rooms suite. The new building was designed with the same exterior materials and forms to blend nicely with the existing clubhouse buildings. Daylight harvesting techniques, views to the ocean and energy efficiency were considerations in the forms, finishes and orientation for this new building.
Located in Sanibel Island, Florida, The Sanctuary Golf Club is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. The design inspiration embraces the natural surroundings. In 2004, Peacock + Lewis was hired to design the interior of the expanded dining venues, card room and administration spaces.
Established in 1926, the Sarasota Yacht Club is a founding member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs and serves more than 500 members. When members decided in 2007 a new clubhouse was needed, the club’s history was to be a critical component in the design. The membership was polled and voted for a coastal contemporary design style that meets the active needs of the membership and gives a nod to the rich history of yachting.
Kitson & Partners has brought an energized spirit to Talis Park by introducing a lifestyle that is focused on personal health and well-being, attuned to family and friends, and conscious of long-term value and legacy. Kitson's "New Fashioned" concept for the community represents a shift in thinking that is inspiring the evolution of Talis Park and serves as the foundation for the creation of one an extraordinary luxury home communities in Naples.
Peacock + Lewis and the Ginn Company worked together on a number of projects at the Tesoro Club in Port St. Lucie. The two-story amenity headquarters office building designed in the Mediterranean style was built just as the Ginn Development Company was breaking ground on the Tesoro Club Community. Named Tesoro Discovery Center, the office building was designed and built as the welcome center to the community and the corporate offices for the Ginn Development Company. The building's grand atrium was used as the entry lobby greeting potential buyers and visitors.
Turtle Creek Club was chartered on March 19, 1969. When the course opened for play on March 12, 1970, there were 38 members. The course is built on approximately 150 acres of land. By October of 1971, the club had over 100 members and the existing facilities were improved and expanded for golf club use over the years. By 1986, the membership, which had long since grown to its maximum membership of 250 equity members, voted to build a $2 million dollar clubhouse for dining, bridge and entertainment, as well as locker room and golf shop facilities.