Anchoring the mixed-use community Jackson Walk, the LIFT Wellness Center follows a preventative healthcare model. The center houses a full fitness facility, demonstration kitchen, café, classrooms, therapy suite and a comprehensive medical clinic. Abundant daylight, a warm and nature-based color and materials palette, intuitively-organized spaces, creative lighting and residentially-influenced furniture provide comfort in the clinic spaces and energy and vitality in the fitness spaces.
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Located in the Gulf-coast community of WaterSound, this 3,544-square-foot cottage utilizes modular construction with 80% of the structure complete upon arrival. A courtyard and covered walk link the garage and home, and eight-foot-deep porches embrace views to the forest landscape and golf course. The kitchen opens onto dining and living areas anchoring the heart of the home. A family entrance features a workroom with clever storage, an island for dropping off groceries, and a pet-feeding center.
Inspired by eclectic Florida Main Street architecture, Baldwin Park Village Center anchors the commercial core of a thriving new urbanism community and skillfully interprets the notion of “living above the store.” A grocery store, bank, drug store, shops and restaurants occupy an array of buildings defined by complementary styles typical of a small Southern town. Distinctive balconies and architectural details further enliven the exteriors and engage the pedestrian-friendly streetscape.
Located in Houston’s River Oaks neighborhood, Gables West Ave offers a vibrant urban context for a seven-story, mixed-use building comprised of 397 luxury rental residences, offices, restaurants and shops. A promenade lined with palm trees runs through the building’s spine, and an open porte-cochere marks the main entry. An eight-level parking deck has separate access for residents and retail customers. Residential amenities include a fitness center, a rooftop pool and dining terrace with views of downtown.
A dynamic environment for a prestigious law firm, LRK’s scheme blends antique furniture with the high Modernist aesthetic of the building. A sophisticated palette of neutral finishes highlights the clean lines of the interior architecture and provides a backdrop for the firm’s art collection. Reception areas and conference rooms take advantage of views of the Mississippi River, while administrative functions are located on one floor, centrally located between five floors of attorney offices.