Group 4 Design, Inc.
Sub-Urban living is the new culture for this 252 unit luxury apartment building located in Jacksonville’s Southside. The driving force behind the Sub-Urban movement is to create a place that is in close proximity to local attractions like St. Johns Town Center, but disconnected enough to provide quiet comfortable living. A modern style podium building stands in contrast to eight more intimately designed carriage houses. Within this development, a contemporary amenity and fitness center overlooks the Miami-inspired pool and deck.
Covered parking deck, conditioned corridors and modern finishes will be the new benchmark for Jacksonville apartment living.
Auld & White Constructors
Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails
The Markets at Town Center
Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails is the first and only chef-owned restaurant at The Markets at Town Center. The 7,600 sq ft, two-story restaurant, designed by Atlanta architecture firm ai3, is reflective of Chef Tom Gray’s personality. The open kitchen design allows patrons to experience culinary art, while two private dining rooms are available for guests to enjoy a more intimate setting. An open air patio and second floor covered dining terrace with lake views offer the perfect venue to enjoy Jacksonville’s comfortable climate.
The décor includes a mix of reclaimed wood and handcrafted furniture from Maine Heritage Timber. Much of the material used in construction as well as interior and exterior finishes are recycled or reclaimed. Wood paneled walls and ceilings, steel, decorative pendant lighting, painted brick, and cowhide and rich buttery leather booths amidst pops of red and gold give Moxie a modern and hip, yet rustic, atmosphere.
Artwork by local artists Dennis Campay and Mico Fuentes is displayed throughout the space.
Jaycox Reinel Architects, Inc.
Nemours Children’s Clinic
Fleming Island, FL
The new Nemours Children’s Clinic is located on the Baptist Clay Medical Campus in southern Fleming Island. This 14,000 square foot clinic has 24 examination rooms arranged by specialty. The design was the result of an intensive week-long planning session, including Nemours administration, physicians, medical staff and Jaycox Reinel Architects, with a goal of creating a patient and family-friendly environment.
The resulting design combines a highly efficient pod arrangement that locates the physician and staff work areas (team rooms) out of public view, while an open reception and waiting area provides groups of seating for each specialty pod. The various specialties include Audiology, Allergy and Immunology, ENT, Orthopedics, Speech and Language Therapy, Ophthalmology, Pulmonology, Psychiatry/ Psychology and Radiology. The architect worked with a Nemours interior designer on details for seating, lighting, colors and the sizes and shapes of the various spaces.