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CLUB SOLÉ AT THE COLONNADE


large windows and wall-mounted televi- sions, a stretch bar with mirrors, and exer- cise equipment. The café includes a stone pizza oven and grill, along with bar seating and tables where residents can enjoy a meal or snack. The lighting fixtures used throughout the


really wanted to connect the indoors and outdoors,” said Tate. Many of the interior spaces have floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the outside. Textures and materials are used to create


themes throughout the building. The fabric style for the living room seating is repeated on the chairs in the café. A vibrant splash of color appears in the artwork or the fabrics in every room. The spa features blue tones, but


14 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / ISSUE 6 2017


the artwork and accent pieces are orange. The seating in the courtyard is blue and gray, and the umbrellas are orange. “Club Solé at the Colonnade has some phenomenal interior spaces with lovely vol- umes and warming materials,” said Senior Living by Design judge David Fik, principal and director of architecture at Lantz-Bog- gio Architects. The state-of-the-art fitness center has


clubhouse are modern and innovative, while adhering to the overall design theme. Steel pendants hang over the café bar. The liv- ing room has round rustic chandeliers. Bold brown ceiling lights are in the salon. Large hanging globes light the activity room. Lighted ceiling tiles are used in the gym. The spa treatment rooms have rectangu-


lar sconces, and modern pendants hang in the spa lobby. Globe lighting is strung across the courtyard creating a fun and welcom- ing glow. The café seating area is lit by blue and orange hanging pendants in a variety of shapes and lengths, maximizing the room’s visual interest.


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