Nine Bridges Country Club features a hexagonal wooden grid shell roof structure

Nine Bridges is a new clubhouse for a premier golf course located two hours from Seoul by car. It is composed as three buildings: the main clubhouse for regular members, a VIP members area, and accommodations VIP members. Each building is composed of a different structural system and are presented in a modern sense of traditional construction methods in South Korea. The regular members’ clubhouse building is composed of a hexagonal wooden grid shell roof structure that encompasses the whole building. The VIP accommodations is a short span steel structure in a residential scale. The VIP members’ clubhouse building is reinforced concrete.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Info and images © Shigeru Ban Architects

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