Rhodes+Brito Architects start design work for 6,500 square foot Ocoee Community Center in Florida Vernacular Style

ORLANDO, Fla. --- Rhodes+Brito Architects, based in Orlando, has started design work for a new Ocoee Community Center that will be built across from City Hall in Downtown Ocoee.

Max Brito, co-founder and partner at Rhodes+Brito, said the 6,500 square foot facility will include a banquet hall, meeting rooms and warming kitchen.

Brito said the Florida Vernacular architectural style will complement Ocoee’s “Old Florida” historical look and feel.

About Rhodes+Brito Architects
Rhodes+Brito, which opened in Orlando in 1996, currently employs a staff of 17, including seven registered architects. The firm served as lead architect for the Florida A&M University College of Law facility in downtown Orlando.