Marquee Club at the Fox Theatre
The Marquee Club borrows Moorish, Arabic, Art Nouveau and Art Deco architectural influences from the historic Fox Theatre, one of the most prominent landmarks in Atlanta. In addition to a 2-story lounge with mezzanine seating, the design team created a new roof terrace and enclosed conservatory providing, for the first time in 6 decades, a view overlooking Peachtree Street in midtown Atlanta. Patrons can enjoy their evening in the glow of the famous Fox marquee sign, or in the lounge sipping a cocktail with friends.
Working with Atlanta-based Lord Aeck Sargent Architects, CD+M designed lighting for the largest one-time revitalization effort of the Fox Theatre since its grand opening in 1929.
The project received multiple accolades including two Build Georgia Awards from the Associated General Contractors of GA and an Engineering Excellence Honor Award from the ACEC.
Architect: LAS Architects
Interior Design: LAS Architects
Interior Lighting Design
Exterior Lighting Design