Alfonso Architects Design Streamsong Resort

Alfonso Architects has designed the Streamsong Resort located in Polk County, Florida. Nestled in the Bone Valley, the 16,000 acre property includes a 316,000-square-foot lodge, 42,000-square-foot golf clubhouse, four restaurants, spa and conference center.

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Alfonso Architects Streamsong Resort in Interior Design June 2014

Alberto Alfonso’s Project project Streamsong Resort in Bowling Green, Florida has standout Concrete columns that lift this hotel off the ground and pay homage to the petrified stumps bearing witness to the region’s primeval landscape.

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Alfonso Architects Awarded the Museum of the American Arts and Crafts Movement

Award-winning architect Alberto Alfonso describes the new museum’s architecture inspiration from “the Arts & Crafts Movement in its detailing and customization of materials and joinery. The building will serve the collection in its presentation of precious objects in a modern, functional, and didactic way.”

Philosophically, Alberto Alfonso’s design process relies on the development of a project-specific architectural design idea that is grounded in site, program history, and region.

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Alfonso Architects Awarded Tampa International Airport Expansion

Alfonso Architects, Inc. is a 35 person architectural design firm with current offices in Tampa Florida, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Milan, Italy.

Alfonso Architects along with The Beck Group has been awarded the $17 million design build project at Tampa International Airport. The complex expansion will include 30,000 sq. ft. of additional space and a 40,000 sq. ft. renovation of existing space at Airside F. Project design starts this month with completion of the first phase by the end of 2012 and the entire upgrade finished by August 2013.

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Alfonso Architects Awarded Streamsong Resort in Florida

Alfonso Architects is designing the new Streamsong Resort and Conference Center in Polk County, Florida. The property located between Orlando and Tampa, is formerly mined phosphate land owned and developed by The Mosaic Company, the world’s leading producer and marketer of phosphate-based crop nutrients.

Alberto Alfonso, AIA is the lead architect on the 300,000 square foot resort, with 216 rooms in the main lodge, 12 rooms in the golf clubhouse, a full service spa , three restaurants, and 18,500 sq. ft of conference center space. The resort will have two 18-hole golf courses by the renowned designers Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw of Coore & Crenshaw and Tom Doak of Renaissance Design.

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Alfonso Architects Receives AIA Award of Design Excellence

Alfonso Architects receives the AIA Florida Award of Design Excellence for the Tampa Covenant Church located in Tampa, Florida.
This modernist project is a combination of new construction and renovation.

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Alfonso Architects Receives Top Awards for Design Excellence

Alfonso Architects has received two design awards from AIA Tampa Bay, a Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

The 35 person firm, led by President Alberto Alfonso, AIA received the H. Dean Rowe, FAIA Award for the Tampa Covenant Church. This is the top honor awarded from the jury of non-competing, award-winning, out of state architects.

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Alberto Alfonso, AIA & Edward Mayes Exhibit Together at the Tuscan Sun Festival

The Tuscan Sun Festival, held from July 30 – August 7, 2011 in Cortona, Italy will include From Things About to Disappear, I Turn Away in Time, a painting and poetry exhibit.

The installation, located at Sant’Agostino is a collaboration between architect/painter Alberto Alfonso, AIA and poet/scholar Edward Mayes.

Alfonso and Mayes live both in Italy and America and their collaboration inspires conversations and observations about the concepts of time in each country. The multiple meanings of the Samuel Beckett quote for which the exhibit is titled allude to a faceted sense of past, present and future, a deeply personal connection to time.

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Alberto Alfonso, AIA Designs the Morean Arts Center: Chihuly Collection

Award-winning architect Alberto Alfonso, AIA designed the first installation of world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly’s art in a building specifically created for that purpose. The exhibition, theater and retail space opened July 10, 2010 and is the result of an intimate collaboration between artist and architect.

This feature talks about how an existing 10,000-square-foot concrete shell now showcases 12 individual environments that complements Chihuly’s art.
The Seattle-based artist is credited in leading the development of complex glass sculptures and environmental art, as well as transforming the contemporary art glass movement.

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Four Florida Moderns by SAXON HENRY

W.W. Norton & Company has released Four Florida Moderns: The Architecture of Alberto Alfonso, René González, Chad Oppenheim, & Guy W. Peterson.

Alberto Alfonso, René González, Chad Oppenheim, and Guy Peterson — The Florida Four — are making a mark for themselves in contemporary architectural circles, infusing modernist traditions with their own flair.

“Modern architecture is alive and well and living in Florida,” begins Robert McCarter’s foreword. If there was any question as to modernism’s longevity and influence on today’s generation of architects, the array of architectural styles and statements coming out of Florida from four of its best practitioners puts the matter to rest.

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