Clubhouses

The project is the renovation of a series of spaces to create a welcoming, elegant and comfortable place for club members and guests to relax and socialize. The design work included programming, space planning, architecture and interior design, and FF&E services for all public spaces on the main floor of the club including the grille room, bistro, living room, function room, family room, and board room, as well as interior renovation of the pro shop, administration suite and staff areas at the course level. Classically rich with a strong layering of materials and accented with rich chocolate and walnut tones, the design creates a light, bright, airy feel. Read More

Tremendous growth over many years led Tedesco Country Club to initiate a planning study and design for a new clubhouse to satisfy the requirements of their expanding membership. Read More

The design creates a new club that reflects the Renaissance's identity and embraces golf’s classic traditions. The two-and-a-half-story clubhouse is built into a hillside and is reflective of 19th-century, New England-style architecture with red cedar shingles and broad rooflines. The building’s massing is diminished by nestling it into the hillside and is further softened by its sweeping roof-lines and porticos. Read More

The design provided a unique guest experience at the PGA National Resort & Spa. As the branding for the hotel was developed, the goal was to express the updated and contemporary image for the guest rooms. The newly renovated rooms convey the new look and feel as well as the comfort and quality for which the hotel is known. Read More

The new clubhouse replaces a former under-utilized clubhouse and has helped transform the culture of Oyster Harbors and revitalize its growing and changing membership. Read More

The project is a multi-phased effort including a master plan, new clubhouse, and design for 138 townhouses. Read More

The design is an elegant expression of the club’s long history and traditions and modern club functions and amenities, and creates a new identity and gathering place for its members. Read More

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