, founder of Fort Partners and the visionary man behind the revival of THE SURF CLUB, commissioned some of today’s greatest creative minds to contribute in writing the next chapter of The Surf Club’s story.
Pritzker-Prize winning architect RICHARD MEIER has designed three buildings that frame and flank the original clubhouse. They are an exercise in discrete classical modernism, simultaneously reflecting and disappearing into the changing sky, the beach and the sea.
Parisian interior architect JOSEPH DIRAND has been tasked with designing the interiors of the public areas and bedrooms of the Four Seasons Hotel, al the Cabanas. Renowned for his ability to bring atmosphere and rich narrative to life through space, materials, furniture and details, Dirand has created a series of rooms that evoke a sense of the past with a feeling of the present and a hint of the future.
Landscape architect FERNANDO WONG has brought the outdoor spirit of the original Surf Club to life, successfully marrying the old and new buildings together with each other and the beach beyond.
New York designer and curator LEE MINDEL has overseen the interior selection of Meier’s Residential Lobbies and Residences, achieving an appropriately elegant and neutral scheme for owners to inhabit as they wish.
PROSPER ASSOULINE, founder of the eponymous publishing house, has designed The Hemingway Tower as an homage to his hero. Housed in the original building, he has crafted an intimate bar area to feed the imagination.