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2017 SENIOR LIVING BY DESIGN NOMINEES


18. Otay Ranch Senior Housing, Chula Vista, Calif., Irwin Partners Architects. The architectural style of this assisted living and memory care project is contemporary urban mission with large architectural massing, smooth stucco with simple col- umn, and arch forms with dark brown accents and roof.


19. Rockwood Retirement Communities: The Summit, Spokane, Wash., Perkins Eastman. A new 11-story high-rise luxury tow- er with amenity space and underground parking provides 65 new, larger apartments and allowed for the reinven- tion of the existing tower with additional common spaces. Special attention was given to all spaces to ensure the highest quality experience—acoustics, sound, audio vi- sual, internet access, lighting, and comfortable seating.


20. Thames Edge at Fairview, Groton, Conn., Amenta Emma Architects. This project represents a new model community for ag- ing in place perched on a bluff overlooking the Thames River. It consists of 40 homes at a variety of price points.


21. Tuscan Gardens of Venetia Bay, Venice, Fla., Besselo, Mosaic Design Studio. This project has an innovative Tuscan Ital- ian inspired interior that blends various spaces together while maintaining their own unique personalities. The overall design provides warm natural spaces to enjoy each other’s company.


22. Village at Belmar, Lakewood, Colo., Rosemann and Associates. The community off ers independent living fl ats, assisted living, and memory care suites. A variety of gallery-style stations showcase the history of the City of Lakewood and off er signifi cant reference to native Colorado geol- ogy, birds, and landscaping. In memory care there are iconic queuing pictures from prior decades.


23. Village Pointe Commons, Grafton, Wis., AG Architecture. The unique design and thoughtfulness of the campus off ers a main building along with casitas, ranch-style cottages which have access to a shared community room. The main building is designed around a central hub of amenities and services.


24. Vineyard Ranch at Temecula, Temecula, Calif., Irwin Partners Architects. This assisted living and memory care proj- ect provides rich indoor amenities and social gathering spaces, such as a welcoming living room, bistro, bar and restaurant-style dining room, game room, and theater. Ca- tering to the artistic community, an arts room is available for the residents.


25. White Oak North Grove, Spartanburg, S.C., McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture. Replacing an older nursing community, this new project provides a resident-centered design with six fully autonomous households, each serving 21 residents. Each household is laid out like a typical house with a porch, front door, and entry that leads into a living room, which has visual access to the dining room, with an adjacent kitchen, and views out to a back porch with free access to a private yard.


26. Woodland Terrace of Carmel, Carmel, Ind., InterDesign Group. Woodland Terrace is conveniently nestled in a private, wooded setting amidst a vibrant city. The project was designed and built to promote individual creative expres- sion with a fully-equipped art studio, lobby art gallery, and music center.


2017 SENIOR LIVING BY DESIGN JUDGES


David Fik


Principal, Director of Architecture


Lantz-Boggio Architects


Amy Fouts


Regional Director of Operations


Capri Senior Communities


Mark Kuberski


RA, NCARB Project Manager Meyer Design, Inc.


Kelly Lindstrom Vice President of Engagement Innovation Vitality Senior Living


Alicia Snyder-Carlson Sustainability


Consulting Manager RDWI Green Building Services


28 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / ISSUE 6 2017


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