We are elated to be a part of Foxtail Coffee’s ongoing expansion around Central Florida. Be sure to check out the newest Hourglass District location if you haven’t already. The cold brew, craft beer and delicious vegan eats, courtesy of Leguminati, are endless!
The Scott + Cormia team aims to set the standard for hospitality projects and exceed expectations of future hotel guests. So many unique design elements culminate to make Hyatt Place Wesley Chapel a truly picturesque getaway spot for work or play.
Grab some drinks at the Star Bar and take a ride 450 feet up in sunny Orlando skies. The Scott + Cormia team could not be more pleased with how the StarFlyer turned out.
Some incredible things in the works for the Bainbridge Delray clubhouse renovation!
Making amazing progress with The Green in Sarasota every day! We love designing innovative mixed-use projects.
Michael Germano is one of the first graduates from University of Florida’s CityLab – Orlando Master of Architecture program. This program, rolled out by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), streamlines the rigorous path to attaining licensure. Typically, it takes individuals an average of 12.5 years to obtain their license, but the Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) program allows students to get licensed much quicker. We are proud to have a pioneer for proactive architectural education on staff!
It was a pleasure to celebrate phase III of Urbana in Hunter’s Creek and see everyone’s hard work on this project come to fruition.
The Venetian is looking more picturesque every day! Can’t wait to officially unveil this project at the end of August.
The Art of Infusing the Dynamics of Design + Business
When entering Ray’s office, it is clear that he is a passionate collector of art. Ray Scott’s appreciation of fine art is evident in many of his projects and works. The more colorful and bold, the better. A hint of the unexpected is revealed in every piece of the Scott + Cormia corporate art collection, which is obvious in Ray’s methodology and architectural style. Experiencing the S+C headquarters is like stepping into an urban Pacific Northwest gallery setting.