Mohammad Reza Shah, Shah of Iran at The Surf Club.
No idea or request was too grand at
The Surf Club, including kayaking in the pool.
Grand Opening of Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club invitation.
A magical evening at the new Surf Club.
Peacock Alley restored to its glorious past.
The Surf Club tops out.
Light + Space Exhibition at The Surf Club Art Basel December 2015
Architect Richard Heisenbottle oversaw every detail of the historic restoration
of The Surf Club. This historic ballroom will become the Champagne Bar &
Lounge of Le Sirenuse at The Surf Club.
Norman’s Cay, The Bahamas
Custom designed bicycle at The Surf Club
“A place in the sun” Photo by Slim Aarons
Bellhops standing at attention at The Surf Club's
front entrance early 1940s
Joseph Dirand at his studio in Paris.
We commissioned Japanese artist
Nomoco to do a series of illustrations.
Her simple and playful lines say so much.
Happy are the painters for they shall not be lonely. Light and colour...
will keep them company to the end, or almost to the end, of the day.
This is just one example from the vast Surf Club
historical archive. Each piece was created with
incredible care and detail.
Architect Richard Meier at The Surf Club
Peter Wirtz, Joseph Dirand, and Nadim Ashi Brainstorming
We commissioned California-based photographer Amanda
Marsalis to capture the essence and beauty of Fort Lauderdale.
The Surf Club collage by Richard Meier.
“White is the most wonderful color because within it you can see all the colors of the rainbow. The whiteness of white is never just white; it is almost always transformed by light and that which is changing; the sky, the clouds, the sun and the moon.”
West Views from The Surf Club