Conceptual and Interior Design Oversight of Homes for Four-Star Generals and Admirals Assigned to the Base
A Closer Look //
The General Officer’s Quarters at MacDill Air Force Base were designed to accommodate high-ranking and decorated officers from the Department of Defense’s Special Operations and Central Command. The quarters are part of MacDill Family Housing, a partnership formed with the Department of the Air Force, which includes 327 new single-family and duplex homes, alongside neighborhood amenities like a new 6,000 square feet welcome center, resort-style pool, pocket parks, picnic pavilions, and tot lots for officers and enlisted families in Tampa, Florida.
Following the military’s hierarchical order, the officer’s quarters are located on the highest topographical point of the 151-acre parcel, which also holds a formal park and parade ground. Blending coastal, Spanish colonial, and classical influences, the homes are outfitted in stucco and tile with classical columns and coffered ceilings, designed with heightened security features, offices for aides-de-camp, and catering kitchens for social functions.
Recent Recognition //