When we were approached by the owners of the Worthington Gardens complex to renovate the property’s clubhouse, we were thrilled to take on this incredible project. The original building had incredible potential. From its vaulted ceilings to its natural stone accent walls, there were so many good things off of which to build.
Our client wanted to incorporate the original stone wall and wood ceiling into the updated design and wanted to honor the midcentury feel of the existing architecture. We wanted the space to feel spacious and open, and the building’s floor to ceiling windows certainly helped with that. While we wanted to make sure the common areas of the clubhouse felt spacious and open, we also wanted to create distinct living areas that would direct the flow of the room. We used oranges, blues, and yellows to signal the beginnings and ends of specific living spaces. Using color, well appointed textiles, and placement of furniture, we succeeded in creating multiple, discrete spaces within an open floor plan, including a kitchen, dining areas, and plenty of lounge space. We love collaborating with our clients to create new spaces, drawing from the existing structure and drawing inspiration from its history and architecture.
– Renovation of 1970s clubhouse, poolhouse, and apartments
– Exterior design
– Interior design
– Furniture, art, and accessories procurement
Builder -Yoder’s Custom Const. LLC
Developer – Schottenstein Property
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