The Rhode Island firms that specialize in providing planning, architecture and interior design services to private clubs and the hospitality sector nationwide have unveiled new identity packages along with a new website launch. Judd Brown Designs also announced the addition of John Bell as the firm’s Vice President of Interior Design. Judd Brown and Steve…
The first phase of the Morristown, N.J., property’s project renovated the main level of the main clubhouse, adding member dining and a bar, updated restrooms, and cosmetic improvements. The second phase will be complete in time for the 2016 summer season.
The first phase of the renovation at the Philadelphia property, which was acquired by The Union League of Philadelphia in July, began in October 2014 and will cost up to $5 million.
In his new role with the the clubhouse planning, architecture, and interior design firm, Terradista will work to expand the company’s presence in the Mid-Atlantic region. Terradista previously served as General Manager and Director of Food and Beverage of the New York Athletic Club for nearly 30 years.
A complete interior renovation, combined with fresh approaches to amenities and operations, has revived one of the Northeast’s grandest properties.
The original vision for a 40-year-old clubhouse is recaptured- and with a distinctive look, and better fit with today’s club scene, emerges.
The National Club Association Foundation launched the “Campaign to Shape the Future” during its National Club Conference in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. At the forefront of the campaign is the availability of matching funds, made possible through the generous support of two campaign sponsors, Judd Brown Designs and John Sibbald Associates. Together, these firms…