Surf Club Miami
Sabana Windows and Doors was contracted to manufacture and install the French traditional Doors, casement windows, and interior doors for the Surf Club Miami Beach.
The quest to duplicate the existing 1920’s Doors and Windows brought a Synergie between the Builders, Architects, the Historic board, and Sabana professional design team.
The task was completed in the year 2016 and created a celebration of excellence in fine carpentry.
The doors were manufactured utilizing select grade genuine Honduras Mahogany 2 1/2″ thick. Fitted with 1/2″ impact laminated glass and finished with Sikkens.
Sabana’s capable and professional crews installed the doors.
Multi bolt security systems and hidden 2 point locking systems are engaged by Sabanas custom designed and manufactured handles.
A SOCIAL CLUB WITH SOPHISTICATION IN ITS BONES, MATCHED BY A SINGULAR UNDERSTANDING OF WHO ITS MEMBERS WERE AND WHAT BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER.
IT RESPECTED PRIVACY BUT ALLOWED FREEDOM.
Sabana windows are proud to be a part of the history of the Surf Club by creating spectacular products that bring back the perfect craftsmanship and design of an era of uncompromising respect for fine carpentry and superior design.
.The construction of the replacement of the Casement Windows and the French Doors as well as the interior doors for the old Club and the restaurant are composed with the structural integrity required to meet the existing hurricane codes
Tested and approved under the strict Oceanfront Codes The Sabana Doors and windows will resist the fiercest manifestations of nature.
The Sabana Doors and windows will protect the Surf club in a Hurricane.
The Mahogany full arch French doors are a celebration of excellence in fine carpentry and architectural construction. Sabana Windows brought the splendor and the unique exclusive strength and beauty to the Historic Club.
The Surf Club of today comprises a social club, a 77-room Four Seasons Hotel, 120 Residences, 30 Hotel Residences, The Surf Club Restaurant by Thomas Keller, a state of the art Spa, 40 beach Cabanas, and 2 Boutiques, all spread over three buildings on 9 acres of pristine beachfront along the Atlantic Ocean.
Opened in 1930, the Surf Club was situated on more than six acres of prime beachfront property in the Surfside neighborhood. The Mediterranean-revival-style villa, designed by Russell Pancoast, was decorated with zebra-skin sofas and cabanas as far as the eye could see and offered a signature drink — the Mangareva cocktail — as well as poolside fashion shows, debutante balls, and black-tie boxing nights, all for the enjoyment of its gilded guests. And there were plenty of them — from Hollywood royalty such as Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra to political dignitaries including the Shah of Iran and Winston Churchill. The former prime minister spent so much time at the Surf Club, in fact, that he had two cabanas at his disposal: one for afternoon naps and the other used for painting.
Sabana is proud to be a part of today’s Surf Club. You are cordially invited to the celebration of good taste. The venerable Surf Club, among the last of the grand jazz-age Miami-area private clubs, underwent a transformation that restored the faded luster of its historic Mediterranean Revival building.
Since 1992 Bellini has manufactured Doors and windows with excellence in craftsmanship and superb design.