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 "...there is always hope that the things we love could eventually come back" - Rob Ascough

 

To best show off the 21st Century Satellite's form, style, and various features, let's take a walk around it.

 

lobby front

The 21st Century Satellite's lobby building not only takes its basic form from the one that was at the original Satellite Motel of Wildwood Crest, but restores design features previously lost to renovation there. Generous use is made of dark stained wood around all windows, the roofline's trim, and its overhang across the front, which once again has an exposed beam look.

 

looking up at lobby corner

 

closeup lobby roofline point

Some changes have been made that set the 21st Century version of the lobby apart from the original. Perhaps the most obvious is the substitution of a balcony in place of the deck that had connected to the original. A large, sliding glass door provides access between it and the 2nd floor lounge. The lobby's 2nd level will now serve as an overhang to the driveway below, with an automatic glass door nearby, leading inside the lobby. White chopped flagstone is used here and elsewhere throughout. A conventional metal and glass door is at the front of the building similar to the one at the original Satellite, but will now match its neighboring windows in height, with a stone pathway leading to and from this entrance. The position of the roof's peak point has been moved slightly horizontally, now peaking at the center of that side of the building, lending the building even more of a house look. A neon sign sits utop the peak, in the style of the initial sign used at the original Satellite. However, the final rooftop sign will reflect our full name, matching the design of our logo.


from lobby entrance

 

The first level of the lobby building connects to the main building, spreading out its interior between both. This side of the main building will house the elevators, various facilities for the motel, and provide access to the balconies for each level. The balconies throughout the grounds feature railings using a pattern of vertical bars mixed with satellites - all in turquoise - topped with dark stained wood. Railing ends differ from this pattern, with each side of a corner using a Satellite turned on its side, flowing endlessly around the bend. Due to their "open" style, a clear solid will be added to these sections for our guests' safety.


Oceanview rooms are each angled a bit towards the water. Glass shaped to echo the lobby's roofline frames your view from within. The light on your door illuminates your room's exterior.

 

at corner top

 

top room looking back

 

3rd floor looking across

 

looking back across balcony

 

oceanview room face on

 

Looking down balcony by room

 

Oceanfront luxury suites will have dark stained wooden entrance doors, with metal finished trim. Your divided balcony - with an additional Satellite placed between you and your neighbor, along with a white flagstone wall - features a metal finished sliding glass door, with windows to each side and above, all framed in dark wood.

 

Oceanfront room doors facing to balcony

 

Oceanfront rooms balcony, doors & windows

 

On oceanfront room balcony looking across pool deck

 

The 21st Century Satellite's pool picks up on the angles and flowing lines seen elsewhere at the motel, as well as its neighboring building's roofline and peak point. Some sparsely placed chairs and tables are included on the deck renderings to give more of a feel for what it will be like to be here. A turquoise screen of satellites and diamonds shields this area from the bordering walkway, with the restaurant located along here. To differentiate and better define the restaurant, all glass has been framed in metal finished trim, including its walk-up window. To protect its area, the triangular in-deck hot tub will receive more of the satellite & diamond patterned screen around it.

 

On pool deck looking towards restaurant

 

Near pool corner bend

 

Hot tub and screens

 

Gas grills have been integrated within their own station, featuring a counter and stools; allowing you to cook and dine at the same place.

 

Grill table stools looking towards restaurant take out window

 

Grill cooking area closeup

Floating stairs allow you to walk to and from ground level, right through the deck

 

Looking down staircase at deck top

 

Floating stairs at ground bottom looking up

 

Floating stairs side view through deck top

One last look, for now...

 

Looking across full length near pool deck