Historically based reconstruction of existing beach front structure utilizing a Core-Shell design approach facilitating a project goal to attain a LEED Certification. The project included the demolition & renovation/ rehabilitation of an existing oceanfront, two-story, beach casino building, which included portions of an original Mediterranean Revival 1922 structure and a newer 1949 building in the International Style.
Public charette workshops were held for 300 townspeople to help determine the functions for the renovated building. The finished adaptive re-use includes a second- floor ballroom with walkout balconies and supporting catering facilities to host weddings and large events. The ground floor houses retail shops and restaurants.
Client: City of Lake Worth
Type: Civic, Historic, Interiors
Size: 37,400 sq. ft.