Portofino Professional Center
Medical Arts Building
Homestead, Florida

Edward Lewis Architects designed the interior and building architecture for The Portofino Professional Medical Arts Building located on Campbell Drive and the turnpike in Homestead, Florida. The project is part of a PUD. The site is 3.22 acres and has been designed with 290 parking spaces. The project is located adjacent to the Baptist Hospital in Homestead and contains the offices of many of the doctors in the hospital . The project consists of a single, 3-story 60,000 building and has a footprint of approximately 20,000 SF.

All three floors are design for medical professional office space. A porte cochere provides a protected entrance to the building. All common areas, including a lobby, elevators, restrooms and stairs, are oriented around the center of the building, and fit within the center structural bays.

The building's overall mass is rectangular, but has several steps in the facade as the walls step back away from the center entry. These breaks create a hierarchy in the building's elevation and provide for additional corner offices. Hierarchy in the fa├žade is also established through the use of glazing patterns and articulation in the score lines. Additional texture and detail is achieved through the use of moldings, accents and a tile roof at the central tower.

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