The new master plan for Sun-N-Fun RV Resort addresses the facilities goals of adding several new structures, providing additional parking, an instituting Low Impact Development (LID) practices throughout their facility.
The team of Carlson Studio Architecture (now Carbon) & PRA had the opportunity to share and create a unified vision for all future interior spaces at the Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL.
The FINR Campus is an 872 acre rural site that allows the patients the ability to move freely without endangering themselves. As part of a Master Planning process, Carlson Studio (now Carbon) worked with the owner, staff, and civil engineers to plan for the future needs of the Institute. Multiple building types have been planned for the campus including, assisted living facilities, nursing care, recreation buildings, and single family housing.
Designed using Evidenced Based Design concepts, this new facility for Cancer Support Community - Florida Suncoast (fomerly The Wellness Community of Southwest Florida) will enable the regional nonprofit agency to better fulfill its mission of providing free support, education and hope to anyone affected by cancer.
The study looked at an initial phase of work, and then a 5 year, 10 year and 20 year window of potential development on this site.
After considering hundreds of options and scenarios during the planning process, and developing three distinct design approaches, one option received almost unanimous approval.
In order to grow their campus, Sarasota Military Academy asked Carlson Studio (now Carbon) to perform a masterplan and study of their existing campus.
The study proposed four phases for the replacement of existing outdated buildings.