The Grace Building (referred to as Studio G) is a response to a rapidly growing youth program at McGregor Baptist Church in Fort Myers. The church sought to create a place that would be an “alternative to the mall”, open around the clock as a space that would attract youth while providing for all of the desired functions for a growing youth ministry. The design solution provides a contemporary building using a warehouse-type approach that be would visually appealing to the youth while complementing the existing campus. The interior spaces are full of motion such as: changing finishes, colors and textures; floating ceilings; dynamic lighting; music projection systems; and suspended graphic displays. There is a multi-purpose assembly space that can serve as a gym, classrooms, offices, complete with locker rooms.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
HH Architects developed a Master Plan of facilities in the classic Romanesque style of architecture, communicating back to the origins of the Catholic Church.