Southgate Mixed-Use Complex Lake Havasu City, AZ

This mixed-use project contains five four-story town homes, a fifteen-room boutique hotel, eleven shops and a 4,000 s.f. restaurant on two acres of land.  It has the unique distinction of being bounded on the north by the London Bridge, which was brought from England in 1969.

While the buildings in Lake Havasu are heavily influenced by English architecture (because of the bridge), this project takes it cue from the surrounding mountains and the water.  The staccato roof lines of the town homes are offset by the simple rectangular massing of the hotel and the curved forms of the shops and restaurant above.  The different uses are tied together by a continuous colonnade at the river level.