The good news just keeps rolling in: The Jacksonville Daily Record featured our recent project for our friends at Smith Hulsey & Busey.
Smith Hulsey & Busey has an impressive tradition — they’ve been part of our community for more than 100 years and have called their office at One Enterprise Center for more than 30 years.
For their move to the Wells Fargo Center, the team wanted to help the law firm attract and retain top young legal talent. They also wanted to foster personal creativity and collaboration.
Check out the article — our favorite part is the last line:
“We are very pleased,” Jean Busey, executive director, said.
Award winning project.... 5 Thousand Town .... recipient of the 2015 IIDA North Florida Interior Design Award in the Residential category.
The Marina San Pablo Yacht Club, recently renovated by Group 4 Design, now houses the Sales Gallery for Aphora at Marina San Pablo, a new luxury condominium tower near the current Marina San Pablo residence. Our design team preserved the beautiful views of the marina while creating an unobtrusive sales gallery within the club for Aphora. The residents of Marina San Pablo continue to use the clubhouse for community functions and private parties, while Aphora welcomes future residents who are ready to upgrade their lifestyle to the Aphora way of living. By creating subtle changes to the interior finishes and changing the furniture to a more coastal and transitional style, the designers were able to create spaces aligned with the design direction for Aphora at Marina San Pablo.
Aphora will be an ultra-luxury condominium near J. Turner Butler Boulevard and San Pablo Road on the Intracoastal Waterway in Jacksonville, Fla. Sales are underway for the 57 residences and the building, homes and amenity spaces are being designed by Group 4 Design’s architecture and interior design team. Visit Aphora’s website at www.aphoracondos.com or call 904-515-5099 for a preview of the project or to arrange a visit to the newly renovated Aphora Sales Gallery.
Group 4 is super excited to see "Spyglass" moving along. Spyglass will be an apartment project in Baymeadows that will feature a new modern style not present elsewhere in the vicinity.
G4 recently started the design process for a new multi-story/high-end residential project that will be built near the intracoastal in Jacksonville! Here are some of our designers preparing for a presentation
Group 4 made the top 50 fastest growing companies in Jacksonville. Very exciting times for us! See the article http://www.bizjournals.com/jacksonville/print-edition/2013/07/19/bj50-11-group-4-goal-stay-small-and.html
Valerie Backmann joined Group 4 back in February 11, 2013 (we have been so busy we didn’t even had the time to post this!) as an Interior Designer. She comes to us with 8 years of experience. She has previously worked on a variety of projects, including: Corporate, Hospitality, Education and Federal/Department of Defense. She earned her Bachelor of Interior Design from Auburn University. She is NCIDQ certified and is licensed in the State of Florida. She is very excited to join our Interiors Studio and for the opportunities of creative collaboration with the whole team. She enjoys hanging out with her husband and their dog Captain! She also likes photography, traveling and exploring their new neighborhood; Atlantic Beach!
Becky Craig will be leading the efforts of our newly created Landscape Architecture Studio! She comes to us with over 20 years of experience. Becky is a registered Landscape Architect in the State of Florida. She earned her Bachelors in Landscape Architecture in 1984 from University of Florida (Go Gators!) She also studied abroad for a semester at the University of Italy for Foreign Students in Perugia Italy!!! Me piace molto la lingua italiana!!! She has two daughters and lives in Tampa, so she will be commuting back and forth! She is fantastic and we are thrilled to have her with us.
Preston Linck just graduated back in May 2013 from Pennsylvania State University! Wow! He earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture there. He also completed an internship at the Penn State Center in 2012. His goals include becoming registered in the next 5 years and get involved in the urban sector of landscape architecture. He is interested in focusing on community design, planning and urban design that encourages social and recreative engagements in public spaces. He also enjoys pottery and photography. He will be working alongside Becky in the newly created Landscape Architecture Studio.