Tavistock Development Company and Jefrë are teaming up again to design a parking structure in Lake Nona Town Center that merges functionality with public art.
“We don’t want anything to seem utilitarian,” Tavistock Vice President Ralph Ireland said. “Everything has to have a purpose. Every object has to be thoughtful.”
Their first parking garage collaboration introduced a wall of aluminum panels wrapping the main structure, with cutouts of zeros and ones in binary code. Fins of dichroic glass extend from the skin of the wall, creating prismatic reflections with hints of color throughout the day. The 60-foot tall Beacon at the corner is the symbol of the community.
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