Archive for the ‘Club House’ Category
Wednesday, November 30th, 2016
Article source: Diederendirrix architects
Clubhouse of Eindhoven hockey club Oranje-Rood opened: eye-catching, functional and sustainable
Diederendirrix architecture & urban development designed a striking pavilion for hockey club Oranje-Rood. The large canopy built from laminated wooden joists in a triangular grid, supported by a few pillars, is extraordinary. The structure extends from the outside into the inside and creates a special interior with an unobstructed view of the fields. This year, Oranje-Rood originated from a merger between the successful top-class sports club Oranje-Zwart (first division champions for the last three years) and recreational sports club EMHC. This new start called for a new, modern clubhouse.
Image Courtesy © Diederendirrix architects
- Architects: Diederendirrix architects (Jessica Sibbing)
- Project: Clubhouse hockey club Oranje-Rood Eindhoven
- Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
Article source: IDIN Architects
Located near seaside context and rich natural ecologies of the mangrove beach of Bangkok’s outskirt – Bang Khun Thain, Habitia-H Club facilitates a recreational function as a clubhouse and a gateway entrance for a housing estate “Sansiri”. Habitia-H Club is a onestorey building situated in a 1,750-square meter site area with a 302-square meter floor area.
Image Courtesy © Spaceshift Studio
- Architects: IDIN Architects (Jeravej Hongsakul, Eakgaluk Sirijariyawat, Sethapong Phisitthawanich, Wichan Kongnok)
- Project: Habitia H-Clubhouse
- Location: Thian Thale28 Bang Khun Thian, Thailand, Bangkok
- Photography: Spaceshift Studio
- Landscape Architect: Group Three Design Co., Ltd.
- Owner: Sansiri
- User Capacity: 15-20 persons
- Building Area: 302 sq.m.
- Year: 2012-2014
Tuesday, November 17th, 2015
Article source: Kebony
At the base of a rocky cliff face on the Turkish coast now stands The Babylon Beach Club housing the Monk Restaurant. Designed by architect Selin Maner, the beach club is a year-round restaurant and concert venue. Once a small restaurant covered in asphalt and concrete, the site has regained its natural look and feel through the use of Kebony wood, which now clads the exterior of the building.
Image Courtesy © Kebony
- Architects: Kebony, Selin Maner
- Project: Turkish Beach Club Receives Extendable Greenhouse Expansion
- Location: Cesme, Turkey
- Completed: 2015
Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
Article source: JagerJanssen architecten BNA
Rotterdam based cricket- and football club V.O.C. was in desperate need of extending their facilities after a ten year period of growth. Especially the amount of dressing rooms came short and besides that cricket facilities weren’t up to par with today’s international standards.
Image Courtesy © Ossip
- Architects: JagerJanssen architecten BNA
- Project: VOC Soccer & Cricket Clubhouse
- Location: Rotterdam, the Netherlands
- Design Offices: DEVRIES architecture and interior & JagerJanssen architects
- design team: Marco de Vries, Alex Jager, Rogier Janssen
- Completion Year: 2015 [construction time 6 months]
- Gross area: 866 m2 [9321 sqft]
- Materials predominantly used and manunufacturers:
- wood [red]: Cape Cod | manufacturer: Plastica
- bricks [red]: 95% Redwood 5% Cedarwood | manufacturer: Daas
- Window frames: aluminium RAL7016 | SAPA
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
Article source: A+U Design Cosmopolitan
Award winning forest resort style spa residential architecture in China’s Hainan province. It’s sited by the Wan Quan River which residents can view the beautiful scenes of river. Design was centered round a tropical resort style hotel clubhouse. Apartment buildings were leveled from back to front and higher to lower level. Front was shops along street.
Image Courtesy © A+U Design Cosmopolitan
- Architects: A+U Design Cosmopolitan
- Project: Sea & Sky City
- Location: Hainan, China
- Software used: 3ds max and Photoshop
Tuesday, July 7th, 2015
Article source: EVA
Commissioned by the scouting association Rhenova, this is a clubhouse designed on a triangular site adjacent to the Leidsche Rijn Park. We chose an autonomous, oval volume that fits within this context. As a Scouthome, it was important that the inside and outside — the building and the grounds — interact. But also that it be a familiar, tough building.
Image Courtesy © EVA
- Architects: EVA, (EVA: Jeroen Baars in coöperation with Fanny Melis)
- Project: Scouting Rhenova
- Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands
- Software used: Autocad, photoshop and Indesign
- Year of realisation: 2010
- Client: Scouting Rhenova
- Area: 320m2
Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
Article source: Frei + Saarinen Architekten
In 2011, Zurich-based architects Frei + Saarinen won the competition to replace a “front building” that was damaged by a fire. The front-building is so called because it is attached to a triple gymnasium that is also used for events such as concerts, exhibitions, carnival, marriages (with up to 1000 guests), etc.
Image Courtesy © Hannes Henz
- Architects: Frei + Saarinen Architekten
- Project: Front Building of Chliriethalle
- Location: Chlirietstrasse, 8154 Oberglatt, Switzerland
- Photography: Hannes Henz, Zürich , Stefan Wuelser
- Client: Community Oberglatt, Switzerland
- Type of commission: Competition, 1st Prize (2011)
- Architecture Team: Frei + Saarinen Architekten GmbH, Barbara Frei, Martin Saarinen, with Beat Lengen, Hans-Christian Rufer
- Engineer: WGG Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AG
- Manufacturers/Suppliers: Eternit roof
Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
Article source: Rocco Design Architects Ltd.
Situated in the famed resort area of Moganshan, the Gowin Golf Manor serves as a clubhouse for golfers, but also offers a small number of guest rooms to house overnight visitors. The rooms overlook the golf course and are lifted slightly, and held to one side of a central atrium while the public functions are grouped on the other side. The disparate functions of the clubhouse are distinguished by a unique set of materials including zinc, stone, and glass; together they create a multi-storey space pierced by angled ramps and sky bridges.
Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects Ltd
- Architects: Rocco Design Architects Ltd.
- Project: MoganshanGowin Golf Manor
- Location: Hangzhou, China
- Designed Year: 2009
- Completion Year: 2014
- Site Area: 21,495 sq. m
- Total G.F.A: 11,500 sq. m
- Project Team: Rocco Yim, Patrick Lee, Bernard Hui, William Tam, Dennis Chan, Patrick Hwang, Ida Sze, Joan Lin
- Client: Zhejiang Youcheng Holding Group
Sunday, June 29th, 2014
Article source: BURO II & ARCHI+I
For years now, the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Watersport (Flemish Aquatics Association) was in dire need of a new clubhouse. The club received a 27 year concession for the lot at the end of the Oude Wenduinse Steenweg and the Bevrijdingsplein, between the former sluice dock and the harbour channel.
The basic idea for the new clubhouse is the intertwining of water, land and tourism. Not only did they focus on the layout, but also the functionality of the building, which will become a public attraction as well as a haven for hikers.
Image Courtesy © Klaas Verdru
- Architects: BURO II & ARCHI+I
- Project: A CLUBHOUSE FOR VVW BLANKENBERGE
- Location: Belgium
- Photography: Klaas Verdru
- Interior architecture: BURO II & ARCHI+I, Brussel i.s.m. Lieven Musschoot
- Projectmanagement: BURO II & ARCHI+I, Brussel
- Structural conception: BURO II & ARCHI+I, Brussel
- Structural work: BURO II & ARCHI+I, Brussel
Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
Article source: AZL ARCHITECTS
Located near the wetlands west of central Hangzhou, the Xixi Artists’ Club is laid out like a village with five units. Each cluster relies on three Y-shaped volumes in two sizes, capped with six- and three-metre-square frameless windows, creating panoramas of the surrounding landscape. Twisting fiberglass installations work with the cubic structure to redefine internal spaces and join walls, floors, and ceilings together.
Image Courtesy © AZL ARCHITECTS
- Architects: AZL ARCHITECTS
- Project: Xixi Artists’ Club House
- Location: Hangzhou, China
- Design Team: Zhang Lei, Qiwei, Zhong Guanqiu, Zhang Guangwei, Guo Donghai
- Collaborator: Architectural Design Institute of Zhejiang Industrial University
- Floor Areas: 4000 m2
- Design: 2008.03
- Completion: 2011.04