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CLUB SOLÉ AT THE COLONNADE Surprise, Arizona


Provider: Sun Health Senior Living Architect: Designers of Progressive Architecture Interior Design: Thoma-Holec Design


Comfortable luxury in a vibrant setting characterizes the design of Club Solé at the Colonnade, a new clubhouse on Sun Health’s Colonnade campus, a life plan community in Surprise, Ariz. Club Solé fea- tures a wide range of amenities, including a fitness center, café, salon and spa, activ- ity rooms, putting green, bocce ball court, swimming pool, locker rooms, gathering spaces, and outdoor gardens. A central courtyard with soft seating and


a fireplace provides a relaxing retreat for the community’s residents. A colonnade frames the courtyard, connecting all the spaces. The building’s open corridor design allows residents to walk from one room to another while taking in the southwestern façade, warm natural light, and fresh air.


12 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / ISSUE 6 2017


“You feel like you are at a resort,” said


Suzanne Tate, senior interior designer at Thoma-Holec Design, the design firm that created the interior design plans. The design includes something for every-


one, while removing the obstacles to well- ness found in some communities where re- lated spaces are separated. The all-inclusive design creates a destination for residents. The southwestern-style exterior of the


building incorporates earth-tone stucco walls, a red tile roof, and archways. The interiors continue the southwestern theme with wood ceiling beams and large windows. Taking inspiration from the local Ari-


zona landscape, the colors for the interiors include earth tones, warm reds, and oranges with a mixture of blues and greens.“We


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