Organic forms in wood enhanced by the transparency of continuous walls in glass and steel for an exclusive hospitality structure in South Korea

The clubhouse of Haesley Nine Bridges Country Club is an exclusive hospitality structure of 16,000 m2, designed by Shigeru Ban Architects with Kyeong Sik Yoon of the studio Kaci International, alongside an 18-hole golf course amidst the forests of the South Korean county of Yeoju.

 

 

The organic forms of the columns in spruce are enhanced by the transparency of continuous walls in glass and steel.

The unusual wooden structure composed of branching columns with an unusual tree-like form is surrounded by an abstract transparent box that lights up at night like a fascinating magic lantern.

 

 

The frames and continuous glass walls have been made with products and systems by Secco Sistemi.