New Albany Bath & Tennis Club

Placed on axis with the formal Palladian-style New Albany Golf Clubhouse across the street, the New Albany Bath and Tennis Club’s “H-shaped” plan surrounds a welcoming entry court that positions you on axis with its back-garden court and the Club’s “stadium” tennis court beyond. The facility contains exercise and swimming facilities (both indoor and outdoor), tennis courts and locker rooms. Its broad porches, clapboard and board-and-batten siding, and overhanging roofs evoke the rustic character of agrarian outbuildings of America’s great historic houses.

Completion date: 1993
Building area: 21,500 square feet 
Location: New Albany, Ohio
Role: Project Design Architect*
Photography: Robert Benson;  (c) 2000, Top Site Aerial Photography (aerial photo only)

Disney Hilton Head Island Vacation Club & Resort

Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort was designed with two distinct precincts. One, where the guest rooms are located, is a sportsman’s Camp, built on a live oak and pine tree populated island overlooking South Carolina’s low country river system of marshes and wildlife. And the other is an oceanfront Beach Club with dining and changing facilities built on a raised arcaded terrace, set back from the dunes and surrounded by live oaks. We designed the Camp precinct buildings in a regionally authentic Low Country cracker style with metal roofs, board and batten siding and large porches, while the U-shaped Beach Club is purposely more formal.  

Completions date: 1996
Size:15 acres
Location: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Role: Project Design Architect*
Photography: Disney Vacation Clubs

WaterColor Beach Club

Located on the Gulf of Mexico at the end of the WaterColor residential community's main southwest-northeast axis, the Beach Club, built on a deck over a parking garage, has a pool with locker and changing facilities, and a poolside restaurant with an open-air bar pavilion above with sweeping views of the Gulf.

Completion date: 2003
Location: Walton County, Florida
Role: Project Design Architect – Schematic Design*
The St. Joe Company/Joe Gardner; The St. Joe Company (aerial photo only)

WaterColor Tennis Club

Designed in the Florida cracker style prescribed for the WaterColor residential community's public architecture, the Tennis Club is the headhouse for a five-court tennis facility (with room for expansion) servicing the WaterColor residents. It includes a lounge, locker and changing facilities, restrooms and a wide wrap-around porch.

Completion date: 2003
Location:  Walton County, Florida
Role:  Project Architect*
The St. Joe Company