We are proud to announce Peacock + Lewis has won the ASID Hospitality Design Award for the Sailfish Point Clubhouse Renovation.
Peacock + Lewis, the company that has made a name for itself in hospitality design, has recently won a Design Excellence Award from the South Florida Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers. The firm received the award for Hospitality Design - Best Clubhouse for the Renovation to the Sailfish Point Clubhouse. “It is with great pleasure that we received this honor for the Renovation of the Sailfish Point Clubhouse on the heels of last year’s award for the New Sailfish Point Fitness Facility,” says Susan Bardin, Director of Interior Design at Peacock + Lewis. It’s an especially great honor given the size of our ASID chapter and knowing how talented our design community is. Peacock + Lewis was extremely fortunate to be part of the exceptional team that made this project possible, The Sailfish Point Renovation and Strategic Planning Committees, General Contractor-Proctor Construction, Owner Representative, Gaudet and Associates, Architecture-Peacock + Lewis, Interior Design-Peacock + Lewis.
The existing 60,000 square foot oceanfront clubhouse has (3) distinct oceanfront restaurants; The Ocean Room, Terrace Grille and The Beach Club. The new palate of finishes and colors reference the beach, ocean, landscaping and blue sky that can be viewed from each of these venues. Restaurant spaces are divided into a variety of intimately scaled spaces utilizing custom banquettes, edge-lit acrylic panels, movable millwork, and drapery walls. The arched shaped ceiling in the ocean room designed with millwork ribs and battens reference a seafaring pleasure craft. The network of existing rough stucco beams and columns supporting the three vaults were clad with millwork and sconces creating an elegant finished dining space.
The Ocean Room has panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The carpet design takes its inspiration from the ocean’s movement. A sunken dining space is separated from the Main Restaurant by an edge-lit 1 ½” thick acrylic panel. A private dining room comfortably seats a party of 20. The newly renovated Terrace Grille doubles its capacity with a direct connection to an outdoor terrace high above the dune line. Custom hand painted panels of blues, coppers and whites glow below the bar top. A fire pit energizes the outdoor terrace and can be seen from the Ocean Room. The Beach Club has retractable doors enabling an open-air dining venue. White painted wood millwork banquettes are designed to create intimate spaces within the restaurant assisting in acoustic absorption. The Turtle Café section of the Beach Club can remain air-conditioned while the rest of the Beach Club is open with sliding turtle etched art glass panels. New white millwork and sliding textured glass panels enhance the large buffet area that serves this casual dining venue. Overall the enhanced connection to the Ocean makes this oceanfront clubhouse a one of a kind experience.