Project Description

West Palm Beach Waterfront Pavilion

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West Palm Beach, Florida

The Waterfront Pavilion is a part of the larger West Palm Beach Waterfront Commons design led by Michael Singer from 2004-2010. The Pavilion is a 6,000 square foot transparent glass-walled community building that opens onto the Commons with panoramic views of the waterfront. It is the first USGBC LEED Certified City of West Palm Beach building (Certified Silver). The building is powered by a grid tied 17kw solar photovoltaic system on its roof. The solar array monitor for this system is displayed in the Pavilion lobby and can be seen online here. The building is filled with natural light and the main room may be fully lit and ventilated with no energy consumption. The building and its large terraces are primarily utilized for special events such as the green market, art exhibits, receptions, conferences and weddings.

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Artist and Lead Designer: Michael Singer
Singer Studio Project Manager and Environmental Designer: Jason Bregman
Singer Studio Team Designers: Jonathan Fogelson and Husayn El Sharif
Architect of Record: Steve Boruff Architects
Lighting Design: Barbara Horton and Lee Brandt at HLB Lighting
City Project Manager: Joan Goldberg
Planning: Ana Aponte, Amy Stelly and Matt Flis from the West Palm Beach City Planning Department
Construction: Catalfumo Construction
Design Criteria Phase Project Lead and Initial Site Engineering: CH2M Hill
Photography: David Stansbury

West Palm Beach Waterfront Pavilion