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  1. 1. Architecture, Planning and Design Cunningham Entertainment Por tfolio
  2. 2. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Sail Island (Water / Family Park) Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Sail Island is a 65,000 Square meter public and private din- ing and entertainment experi- ence. The scope of work included a design competition on site in 1998 over a 5 day schedule. After being approved a physi- cal model was commissioned and a final presentation was produced. This Presentation was approved and construc- tion began in 2000. Client Fakieh Poultry Farm Tourism Projects, Jeddah, KSA Completion Date 2000 Project Cost Project Size 65,000 square meter Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  3. 3. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Schlitterbahn (Water Park) Galveston, TX Client Schlitterbahn Resorts Worldwide Completion Date 2005 Project Cost Project Size 30 Acres Worked Performed at Morris Architects The 30 acre water park first opened to the public in March 12, 2006. This is the third of the Schlitterbahn water parks in the United States. Located across from Moody Gardens Schlitterbahn, incorperated an old airplane hanger and an existing service building that were originally used for the airport across the street. Like most Schlit- terbahn parks, this utilizeses an extensive “Lazy River” or “Transportainment” river systems which allow visitors to navigate most of the park without having to leave the water.
  4. 4. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Palm Beach (Water Park) Galveston, TX Palm Beach is a 10 acre wa- ter park expansion to the pool and beach area for Moody Gardens in Galveston Texas. This project was planned to incorporate an existing chil- dren’s play structure, sand volleyball courts, and a small pool. The master plan has four expansion zones for water slides and is centered around a central mountain that con- tains an F&B location and a few “party” rooms. The master plan fits all the el- ements of a major water park into only 10 acres. Client Moody Gardens Aprox. Project Cost $17,295,960 Project Size 10 Acres Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  5. 5. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Hard Rock Park (Master Plan) Myrtle Beach, SC Client HRP Global Management Design Date 2008 Aprox. Project Cost $400 Million Project Size 150 Acres Worked Performed at Morris Architects and HRP Global Management The scope of work consisted of designing around 4 pre- existing elements (Lake, Theater, Mall and Water Ski pavilion. The park is divided into 6 themed environments to give families a full day experience.
  6. 6. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Hard Rock Park (Ride Systems) Myrtle Beach, SC Hard Rock Park Ride Systems (Theme Park) Myrtle Beach, SC HRP boasts 5 coaster, 5 round rides, a dark ride and several interactive play ele- ments. As Creative Director William Cunningham was responsible for maintaining the theme of each attraction and even de- veloping and coordinating the vehicle design with the ride manufactures. William was also involved in the original concept of each of the attrac- tions in the park, and devel- oping it’s concept through construction. Worked Performed at Morris Architects and HRP Global Management
  7. 7. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Hard Rock Park (Restaurants) Myrtle Beach, SC A| © Copyright HRP Myrtle Beach Partners LLC, HRP Creative Services LLC and affiliated entities – All Rights Reserved (All Hard Rock trademarks owned by Hard Rock Cafe International [USA] Inc.) Taste of Paradise Grill Hard Rock Park Restaurants (Theme Park) Myrtle Beach, SC With twelve Bars, Coffee shops, Buffaterias, walk up and even one table service restaurants, Hard Rock Park offers a wide range of FB styles and themes. As Creative Director William Cunningham was responsible for maintaining the theme of each venue and it’s coordina- tion between interior and ex- terior themeing. William was also involved in the original concept of each of the venues in the park, and developing it’s concept through construc- tion. Worked Performed at Morris Architects and HRP Global Management
  8. 8. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Hard Rock Park (Retail) Myrtle Beach, SC Hard Rock Park Re- tail (Theme Park) Myrtle Beach, SC With seven retail locations throughout all 6 themed zones, and ranging from a few hundred square feet, to a mass 12,000 square foot All Access Retail, Hard Rock Park retail has covered the range of theme park retail de- sign. As Creative Director William Cunningham was responsible for maintaining the theme of each venue and it’s coordina- tion between interior and ex- terior themeing. Worked Performed at Morris Architects and HRP Global Management
  9. 9. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Phuket Fantasea (Cultural Entertainment park) Phuket, Thailand Centered around a 2500 per- son theater and a 3000 seat restaurant. This cultural park highlights the best of Thai culture to the visiting tour- ist to the area. The live show included live Asian elephants (and costumes for them) as well as massive stage lifts. William Cunningham was Project Designer for Phuket Fantasea, laying out the de- sign of the theater, Restau- rant and retail village. Client Safari World Public Company Limited Completion Date 6th February 1999 Project Cost 3,500 million Baht Project Size 140-acre Worked Performed at Nichoson Design International
  10. 10. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Carifest (Cultural Entertainment park) St. Thomas, USVI Carifest is a 10 acre cultural en- tertainment park at the docks of the West India Company in the port of Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas USVI. This compact sight utilized multi level under- ground parking and service ar- eas to maximise the limited and difficult site location. William Cunningham was in- volved in master planning and design of the park as well as architectural design of the facili- ties including the Theater, Rum Factory, Aviary, and exhibit halls. Client Carifest Design Date 1999-2000 Project Cost 60 Million Dollars Project Size 10-acre Worked Performed at TRA Caribbean TRA Architects
  11. 11. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design P E D E S T R I A N E X P E R I E N C E Concession Concourse Manufacturers’ Midway Pedestrian Arrival Plaza Houston International Motor Speed- way is designed with the Fan in mind. Special Fan-friendly areas have been set up including a “Fan Experience”, Manufacturers’ Midway, Kids Play Zone and more. The cornerstone in the guest experience is the lively and en- ergetic Manufacturers’ Midway. Before entering the stands, guests typically tra- verse the Midway – also known as the “Miracle Mile” shopping for snacks, souvenirs and people-watching. This area features a wide, palm-lined pe- destrian promenade featuring food ki- osks, and manufacturers’ merchandise semis selling all manner of souvenirs. The midway is the place to go for sou- venirs of all your favorite drivers, and is the place to see and be seen at the Ticket Entry B|11 © 2002 Houston International Motor Speedway Morris Architects G U E S T E X P E R I E N C E Houston International Motor Speed- way is designed with the Fan in mind. Special Fan-friendly areas have been set up including a “Fan Experience”, Manufacturers’ Midway, Kids Play Zone and more. The cornerstone in the guest experience is the lively and en- ergetic Manufacturers’ Midway. Before entering the stands, guests typically tra- verse the Midway – also known as the “Miracle Mile” shopping for snacks, souvenirs and people-watching. This area features a wide, palm-lined pe- destrian promenade featuring food ki- osks, and manufacturers’ merchandise semis selling all manner of souvenirs. The midway is the place to go for sou- venirs of all your favorite drivers, and is the place to see and be seen at the speedway! Ticket Entry Midway Experience Houston International Motor Speedway Houston, TX Located south of Houston on SH 288, the speedway will play host to a variety of events such as racing, public and civic eventsthoughtheyear.Located around a 1.25 Mile oval track, HIMS 5 phases total 170,000 seats 50 club-level suites and a 2.1 mile road course. Featuring a 500,000 sq ft hospi- tality village and Manufactures Midway, hotel with conference facility and a children’s race theme attraction, HIMS takes all the best of a modern enter- tainment destination and pack- ages it for the race fans. Client Houston International Motor Speedway Design Date 2002 Project Cost $160 Million Dollars Project Size 486-acres Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  12. 12. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Wannado Kids City Chicago, Il at Gurnee Mills Chicago Concept 2 July 14, 2004 Storage Theater Home Improvement Archeology Mine Super- market Radio Station Disco Arts Academy Bank 1 Dentist Court House Fashion House Department Store TV Station Cafeteria Disaster Hospital Chef’s Kitchen Coke Boling Fire Station Newspaper Office Police Station City Park Bank 2 Dect. Of. M Airplane Simulator Pizza Chocolate Factory Popsicle Factory Bakery Food Venue #1 #2 #3 #4 Sercive Kitchen Guest Ser. W W M M W WM New Venue #1 . B.O.H. Elec. Elec. Control Toddler Play Elec. New Venue #5 . Exit Retail . Entry And Queue . Exit Debanding Tickets and Banding . Lib. Food Court Seating Rock Climb V.I.P. Entry . Sim. Entry Large Group Queue . Lockers Loading Dock First Aid Food Storage Receiving Switch Room Main A/V Rm. Security Training Lockers Brk. Rm. Cash Room Net. Recpt. H.R. Mkt.F.M. F.A. Copy Prep. Conf. Rm. Exec. Office Exec. Kit. Of. Of. Elec. Sprk. Fire Pump Retail Storage . Admin Offices Bldg. Mangr. Maintenance Info Toddler Play CC B B A A Ground Level Building PLans o 2 4 Party Room #5 Party Room #2 Balcony Room #5 Balcony Room #2 Coke Boling Fire Station Newspaper Office Fire Station Fire Station Airplane Simulator V.I.P. Office 11’-0” 19’-0” 11’-0” 19’-0” 11’-0” 19’-0” Hospital KitchenParents Lounge Food Venue #1 City Park Section A-A Section B-B Section C-C g s s o 2 4 Fire Station Fire Station Airplane Simulator V.I.P. Office 11’-0” 19’-0” 11’-0” 19’-0” Hospital KitchenParents Lounge Food Venue #1 City Park Section A-A Section B-B g Wannado Kids City is a role- playing theme park for kids. Wannado Kids City, empow- ers kids by letting them take on realistic, grown-up roles in a city just for them. Designed to fit into an old “anchor” location inside an existing mall in Gurnee, Il. the master plan creates street en- vironments, shops, and back of house areas all located within the boundaries of the existing structure. Client Wannado Kids City Design Date 2004 Project Cost 60 Million Dollars Project Size 120,000 SF Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  13. 13. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Wonderworks Orlando, FL Central Florida’s only upside down attraction. An amuse- ment park for the mind, fea- turing over 100 interactive exhibits for the entire family to experience. The scope of work included a master plan for the site, a complex 3D model used for constructing the frame of the building and all exterior theme work as well as all public spaces on the interior. A large scale model was produced for marketing purposes. We took the project from rough sketch to opening day. Client Wonder Works Completion Date 1999 Worked Performed at Nichoson Design International
  14. 14. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Beihai Silver Beach (Master Plan) Beihai, China ADesign competition to re-de- sign 25 km of the beach front tourist area of Beihai City. The design was considered a ‘String of Pearls” a series of elements along a central corri- dor or connector. The “String” is an interconnected park or greenbelt system giving depth to a serpentine transportation system that connects all the different tourist zones. 2 Theme Parks 1 Water Park 1 Zoo 1 Educational center And countless hotels, resorts and attractions. Client The Peoples Republic of China Design Date 2001 Project Size 25 Km of Beach Front Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  15. 15. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Lost Cavern Adventure (Dark Ride) Beijing, China The Lost Cavern Adventure is a dark ride designed for a water park called Blue Ocean in Beijing China. There are 17 scenes and it is layout out for a 4 minute ride experience. Guests travel forgotten tunnels beneath the city of , recently re-discovered during construction of the water park’s basement. A time Vortex appears and thrusts the gusts back in time to when the caves were still occupied by all sorts of strange creatures. Client Blue Ocean, Co. LTD. Design Date 1999 Project Size 2500 sq meters Worked Performed at Showquest Entertainment
  16. 16. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Merlin’s Madhouse (Dark Ride) Sales Concept Merlin’s Madhouse, was a conceptual idea used by Vekoma to help with the sales of the Madhouse ride system. Taking guests into Merlin’s own workshop, we see that the wizard has gone mad, and threatens the lives of all the guests in the attraction. With an interesting pre-show concept, guests will truly have a unique experience that can only be explained by magic. Client Vekoma BV Design Date 1999 Project Size 1200 sq meters Worked Performed at Showquest Entertainment
  17. 17. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design
  18. 18. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Hard Rock Park at Doha Entertainment City Doha Entertainment City was a concept master plan for several hotels, beach front retail, a water park and an integrated theme park. Utilizing some of the natural forms on the land, and beach front areas, we designed an entire entertainment district incorporating the theme park right into the resort. Understanding the extremes in climate assisted in the theme park integration as well as the use of covered areas through out the park. Client Bechtel Design Date 2003 Project Size NA Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  19. 19. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Hard Rock Park Beach Club Master Plan Concept This original master plan designed for Grapevine Texas, (Between Dallas and Fort Worth, was a resort development including a theme park, water park, Hard Rock Cafe and a Hotel. Located on a bluff above a small river the hotel utilized the natural surroundings to deliver great views of either the main pool area or the river valley. Planned as a multi day experience the Hard Rock Park and Hard Rock Beach Club gave guests a minimum of a two day experience like nothing else in the state of Texas. Client Hard Rock Global Manage- ment Design Date 2003 Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  20. 20. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Project K Master Plan Concept Master planned to contain The Hero’s Cove theme Park, World Class Casino Resort as well as Hotels, Timeshare, and Condo Developments, Project K utilizes and existing port and breakwater system as it’s setting. Maintaining a unique design and it’s separation of functions was key to this design, as well as the ability to build this out in distinct phases over time. Hero’s Cove takes our quests through different magical times in Chinese History in a fun and exciting environment. Client Confidential Design Date 2010 Worked Performed at Steelman Partners
  21. 21. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Cam Ranh Resort Master Plan Concept Working with our Architects I developed two very elaborate and distinct pool districts for this resort. The West end being a family friendly water park including slides and two size of wave pools, contrast with the East End Vegas style pool featuring pool bars, and cabanas. The water park is unique with an almost 360 degree view of the pool area making a back of house and rest room location difficult to locate in the design process. Client Confidential Design Date 2010 Worked Performed at Steelman Partners
  22. 22. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Happyland Theme Park Master Plan and theme Development At 50 ha. this park is a massive undertaking in any point of view. Coming into this process at the mid point I re-planned the park to accommodate accurate traffic patterns, operational issues and basic planning requirements. I have worked with illustrators and concept designers to help develop this park from a rough concept into the Design Development phase. Containing 6 distinct lands, maintaining a lands identity was critical to the story line of each land. Client Khang Thong Group Design Date 2010-2011 Worked Performed at Steelman Partners
  23. 23. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Louisville Entertainment City Master Plan Located on the site of the old Kentucky Kingdom, the Louisville Entertainment City was a design concept to bring in high end resorts to the Louisville Downs area. A family friendly resort system linked together with horse trails and canals, guests could explore the hundreds of acres set aside for the resorts. Tieing the resort developments to the track was a “City Walk” type retail, dining and Entertainment experience, allowing guest to explore the shops and restaurants on the way to or from the historic track. Client Confidential Design Date 2010 Worked Performed at Steelman Partners
  24. 24. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Lotus City, Long An Vietnam Master Plan Located in Long An province Vietnam, this new city reflects the Lotus blossom on the lake. With interconnecting canals Lotus City brings the charm of the canal city to the different distinct neighborhoods. Client Confidential Design Date 2010 Worked Performed at Steelman Partners
  25. 25. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Entertainment City- Belarus Master Plan Located just north of the city of Belarus, Entertainment City brings together the nightlife of Casinos and Las Vegas style shows with a major theme park and indoor water park. Connected with waterways the guest experience can evolve from season to season. Canal boats bring tourist from hotels to the entertainment venues and in the winter ice skates and horse drawn sleds enter the winter wonderland. Client Confidential Design Date 2010 Worked Performed at Steelman Partners
  26. 26. Entertainment Portfolio Cunningham Architecture, Planning and Design Nocturno, Entertainment City Master Plan Located on the island of Hainan island China, this brings world class resort developments,ASea Life park and a shopping and dining experience for the wealthy tourist of Hainan Island. Displaying a very nautical feel Nocturno is anchored on one side by a 50 acre Sea Life Park, and the Ocean Resort on the other side. Connecting the two main elements are the waterways and canals of the “never sleep district”. Client Confidential Design Date 2010 Worked Performed at Steelman Partners
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  28. 28. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamOcean Park at Riviera Beach Riviera Beach, Florida Ocean Park is a Hotel, Time- share, Restaurant and Retail developement at Riviera Beach Florida. While maintaining the “Street Scape connection to the Beach front park, Ocean Park incorporates the need for the hotel and timeshare tow- ers with the economic need to maintain the look and feel of Beach Promenade at ground level. Client MVCI Design Date 2005 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 1,384,857 SF Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  29. 29. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamBlue Bay Curacao, Four Points Sheraton Located in the Dutch West In- dies, Blue Bay Curacao, is a 200 key hotel designed for the Four Point Sheraton standards. Located on an existing golf course BBC takes advantage of the existing topography and local Dutch Architecture. Client Blue Bay Golf Resorts N.V. Design Date 2005 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 161,767 SF Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  30. 30. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamEmerald Harbor, Bluegreen Timeshare This Bluegreen Timeshare tower is in two phases of a to- tal of 216 units, plus lock-outs. With 16 floors, pool deck and garage this integrated structure is a nice compact design for an Urban resort market. Working with Bluegreen we had a toal of only 5 standard room types, including 2 loft versions. Client The Bluegreen Corporation. Design Date 2006 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 327,000 SF Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  31. 31. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamBluegreen Timesahre Las Vegas, Nevada Bluegreen Las Vegas utilizes undergroundparkingtoconnect all three towers of this resort together. This structure being Phase 2 of a larger Bluegreen development (phase 1 is Com- plete) designed around very restrictive FAA considerations due it’s location at the end of the runway on Tropicana Avenue and using Standard Bluegreen Units. Client The Bluegreen Corporation. Design Date 2005 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 396,000 SF Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  32. 32. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design Cunningham Room Standards Bluegreen Resorts Working with Bluegreen’s in- terior and Architectural depart- ments I developed the “Stan- dard” room designs for the corporation. We developed Urban Units with column grids and Resort models without. We needed to develop and standardize fixtures and finish- es, as well as giving options for balconies and lockouts. Client The Bluegreen Corporation. Design Date 2005 Project Cost Confidential Project Size NA Worked Performed at Morris Architects         
  33. 33. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamHarborwalk Village Bluegreen Resorts, Destin, Fl. Originally designed as a Time- share resort, Harborwalk Vil- lage Was redesigned at the DD level for Condo sales. Harbor- walk included shopping and dining on the Harbor side of the structure along with sub- terranean parking and support areas. The Massive pool deck overlooks the Gulf of Mexico and the barrier islands. Client The Bluegreen Corporation. Design Date 2004 Project Cost Confidential Project Size Confidential Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  34. 34. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamThree Dunes Development Daytona Beach, Florida At the height of the beach front condo book, Three Dunes was seen as a 29 story tower on Daytona Beach. Utilizing all ex- isting setback regulations and floor to area ratios, we devel- oped this project for the owner to assess what was possible on his property. Exercises like this were com- mon for owners and develop- ers wishing to review land cost associated with new develop- ment. Client The Bluegreen Corporation. Design Date 2004 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 523,000 SF Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  35. 35. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamCayman Isle Daytona Beach, Florida Located on Daytona Beach, Cayman Isle was a nice com- pact tower utilizing views of the beach and tucking the garage behind units up 6 floors above grade. Generous units with semi-pri- vate elevators made Cayman Isle a design challange for it’s service and egress. Client Cayman Isle Development Design Date 2005 Project Cost NA Project Size 90 Units Worked Performed at Morris ArchitectsNovember 16, 2004 © 2004 MORRIS ARCHITECTS UNIT C2 3 BDRM. / 2-1/2 BATH GROSS LIVING AREA 2,184 SF. TERRACE 307 SF. Key Plan
  36. 36. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamOrlando Lutheran Towers Orlando, Florida The Orlando Lutheran Towers is an urban mixed use design located downtown Orlando across from the Orlando Lu- theran assisted living facility. Remaining within feet of being considered a “High Rise Con- dition” we were able to avoid costly additions of pressurized stairs and elevator vestibules. Client The Orlando Lutheran Church Design Date 2005 Project Cost NA Project Size NA Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  37. 37. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamCity Mark, E.B. Developers Orlando, Florida Located in the Orlando tourist corridor near Universal Studios, City Mark consisted of 3 condo towers a large hotel tower and several restaurant and dining opportunities. This mixed use development takes advantage of the vertical efficiency of a high rise while still giving a dy- namic streetscape that is still pedestrian friendly. Tucking all Parking and service below the structure gave this a very high rate of return per square foot. Client ED Developers, Inc. Design Date 2005 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 5,591,046 SF Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  38. 38. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamWestgate Myrtle Beach Ocean Front Resort, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Westgate Myrtle Beach Ocean Front Resort consists of 3 new towers and an existing struc- ture. Tucking one garage be- hind the existing tower and the other within the south tower gave the project fantastic uniterupted views of the ocean. Client TWestgate Resorts Opening Date 2009 Project Cost Confidential Project Size NA Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  39. 39. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamClearwater Beach Resort Clearwater Beach, Florida Designed as a Hotel on the low- er floors and Condos on the up- per 5 floors, Clear Water Beach Resort also incorperated 2 res- taurants as well as ball rooms and meeting space. This massive structure stands on the beach front at Clearwa- ter Beach, Florida without int- erupting the natural flow of pe- destrian traffic along the beach front. Client Patel Development Design Date 2005 Project Cost Confidential Project Size NA Worked Performed at Morris Architects Keith Zayac Associates, Inc. 101 Philippe Parkway, Ste 205 Safety Harbor, FL 34695 (727) 793-9888 phone (727) 793-9855 fax Painted Stucco SPANISH Painted Stucco Alum. Handrail SPANISH CLAY TILE ROOF Cast Stone Rail Cast Stone Painted Stucco Alum. Handrail SIGNAGE LOCATION APPLIED STUCCO FOAM DETAIL EXTRUDED STUCCO FOAM DETAIL Cast Stone Rail TILE ROOF Painted Stucco Alum. Handrail Typ. Metal Dome Roof Metal Dome Roof Metal Dome Roof Metal Dome Roof Metal Dome Roof Painted Stucco SPANISH CLAY TILE ROOF Alum. Handrail Typ. Cast Stone Rail Painted Stucco EXTRUDED STUCCO FOAM DEATL Cast Stone Synthetic Architectural Column Covers Pilasters Painted Stucco Alum. Framed Window Typ.Alum. Framed Window Typ. SPANISH TILE ROOF Color C Color D Color A Color F Color A Color Palette Painted Stucco Color B Painted Stucco Color A Painted Stucco Color C Painted Stucco Color A Painted Stucco Color F Color A Color A Color A
  40. 40. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design Cunningham La Salvana Towers Daytona Beach, Florida La Silvana Towers located on the Intracoastal water way in Daytona Beach, Floridais built around a small marina and amenities area. with one level of parking half below grade this was able to get our first occu- pied floor above the flood plane and help connect the lower rooms to the marina both visu- ally and enviromentally. Client The Bluegreen Corporation. Design Date 2005 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 161,767 SF, 210 Units Worked Performed at Morris Architects
  41. 41. Hospitality PortfolioArchitecture, Planning and Design CunninghamParadise City Myrtle Beach, SC Located across the street from the New Hard Rock Park. On a lot size of 55 acres we have two hotels, room for 4 timeshare buildouts, as well as three en- tertainment venues and Res- taurant and Retail areas. De- signed around the look and feel of Savannah and Charleston pedestrian friedly old city, Par- adise City is a warm and wel- come place. Client Safe Harbor/ HFZ Capital Design Date 2008 Project Cost Confidential Project Size 55 acres Worked Performed at HRP Global Management

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