Golf Club House Architecture Design by Cox Rayner Architects
A championship golf course at Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast in Australia, has recently launched additional basic architecture that is not possible. Designed by architects Cox Rayner, the clubhouse in the state is advanced into position on the edge of seeing one of the best courses and country very different from the conventional view of the golf club colleagues.
With a full height mirror wall above the stage and the roof is open to offers uninterrupted views, the design makes the most beautiful scenery in order to optimize the interaction between the inside and outside.
“The design principle is to create a building that becomes an extension of the environment and place of business trips that showcase the beauty and unique qualities,” said Jayson Blight, director of the company in Brisbane nationally with Cox Rayner Architects.
corrugated roof shapes mimic the gentle undulations of the land, while the geometric angle neat parallel with fairways and greens pristinely preserved.
“This is an important key to the club incorporated and enhance the natural beauty of the site,” says Blight.
Inside Club consists of two levels, with upper floor contains a lobby, registration / reception, and administration.
Spike Bar has 19 holes, with a capacity of 150 people, restaurant with 120 seats, terrace, toilet and kitchen.