The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Raymond James Stadium have begun a complete game day experience transformation that will total about $150-million over the next couple of years. The first phase of the project was to renovate the luxury suites and update the Hall of Fame Club.
Wagner Murray Architects was selected to partner with The CI Group and the design teams collaborated on the furniture specifications, fabrics, and finishes. Each area of the stadium was designed to show a unique look and you are able to see those details in the custom seating, tables, and textiles. The Buccaneers logo is etched and embroidered onto numerous furniture pieces to heighten the fan experience.
The goal of the Hall of Fame Club renovation was to provide a spacious and upscale environment and the intent of maintaining an intimate feeling within the space. The new Luxury Suites include top of the line finishes and stunning woodwork. As a designer, it’s always exciting to be able to offer the client multiple seating options and the suites were no exception. Each suite includes bar height, lounge, and stadium style seating. Multiple levels of seating make sure that no one misses a thing.
All stadium renovations and furniture coordination took place during the off-season and were completed in time for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers first home game in 2016.
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