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The legendary Surf Club at Four Seasons Residences, a 9-acre property on the Atlantic Ocean in Surfside, Florida, was founded in 1930 by Harvey Firestone as a private membership club. The configuration of the complex centers around the historic Surf Club with a new Four Seasons hotel rising from the center of the Surf Club’s existing exterior courts. Two 12-storey residential buildings located to the North and to the South of the historic Surf Club flank the hotel component.
The Surf Club at Four Seasons Residences boasts 965 feet of Atlantic oceanfront on a 9-acre site which will incorporate the hotel; two residential towers; a private membership club; two restaurants; four swimming pools; a state-of-the-art spa and fitness center; more than 40 beach cabanas; and an expansive park and oceanside gardens. The Richard Meier & Partners Signature Homes and Penthouses, ranging in size from 1400 to almost 8000 square feet, will offer residents extraordinary views stretching from the Atlantic to downtown Miami, with interiors and finishes personally selected by Richard Meier.
The Surf Club of today comprises a social club, a 77-room Four Seasons Hotel, 120 Residences, 30 Hotel Residences, Le Sirenuse Restaurant & Champagne Bar, The Surf Club Restaurant by Thomas Keller, a state of the art Spa, 40 beach Cabanas and 2 Boutiques, all spread over three buildings on 9 acres of pristine beachfront along the Atlantic Ocean
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier, Four Seasons Residences at The Surf Club is intimately scaled at just 12 stories, featuring two residential towers and a Four Seasons Hotel rising above the historical Surf Club, designed by Russell Pancoast in 1930. The 150 Residences, ranging in size from 1,800 square feet to 7,800 square feet, feature floor-to-ceiling glass “walls” and up to twenty-foot-high ceilings with expansive, luminous living spaces and unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay.
The main challenge of the project is to harmonize the relationship between the existing courtyard typology of the historic Surf Club and the new vertical buildings of the residential and hotel complex surrounding the Surf Club. This is achieved through the careful calibration of architectural proportions and of functional requirements.
The project is designed to maximize the views of the Atlantic Ocean and the beach to the East, and the skyline of downtown Miami to the West. The main courtyard between the existing Surf Club and the South Building opens out to the beach and the ocean with a series of water terraces and a swimming pool for the hotel guests. Stairs and a new ramp connect the courtyard to the gardens which are landscaped with a geometric layout of palm trees interspersed with lawns with seating areas for social activities.
The Four Seasons Private Residences at The Surf Club combines the elegant architecture of Pritzker Prize-winner Richard Meier with the intuitive, customized service of Four Seasons, and a unique history.
Originally opened in 1930, The Surf Club has for more than 80 years been one of the most exclusive private membership clubs in the United States and the club’s original architecture is integrated into The Surf Club Four Seasons Private Residences.
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