Morse Life Auditorium Project | Levin Palace – Norma Freidman Auditorium

About This Project

The Levin Palace is a luxury independent living facility that provides a premier all-inclusive lifestyle for its residents. MorseLife commissioned Stephen Boruff, AIA, Architects + Planners, Inc. to provide comprehensive architectural and interior design services for the new 7,300 square foot, 250 seat Norma Friedman Auditorium that that will provide a state-of-the-art entertainment and theatre venue for a multitude of cultural and entertainment programs including a life-long learning center, book reviews, Broadway plays and group activities. Contextually designed to be compatible with other buildings on the Morselife Campus, the auditorium architecture captures the warm colors and traditional detailing found in a Mission Revival style. The auditorium will have its own dedicated entrance off the existing porte-cochere which leads into an expansive hospitality inspired lobby. Interior design concepts were inspired by the Palace’s modern furnishings to suit the tastes of the residents with high ceilings, low energy lighting, and a digitally controlled audio and visual system.

Location

West Palm Beach, Florida

Client

MorseLife Health System, Inc.

Cost

4.3 Million

Area

7,300 SF

Date

May 2021

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