Amsterdam Golf Club, Netherlands, Schiphol Clubhouse Design, Architect
Amsterdam International Golf Club : Schiphol Building
Clubhouse Building, The Netherlands – design by Mecanoo architecten
7 Jun 2012
Amsterdam International Golf Clubhouse Schiphol
Design: Mecanoo architecten
Construction begins on the Amsterdam International Golf Clubhouse Schiphol
Construction begins on the new clubhouse for the Amsterdam International Golf Club Schiphol. The new exclusive golf club is located next to Schiphol Airport, a stone’s throw from Amsterdam’s Zuidas business district. The 2,000 m² clubhouse is designed by Mecanoo and features, in addition to a high end restaurant, a fitness and wellness centre with luxury dressing rooms, lounges, terrace and roof terrace for parties and events. The interior of the clubhouse was styled by designer Piet Boon. The rolling 18-hole golf course was designed by professional golfer Ian Woosnam and Mastergolf.
The design of the clubhouse reflects the ambitions of the Amsterdam International Golf Club and exudes exclusivity and style. The linear state-of-the-art pavilion appears in contrasts with its hilly 77 hectare terrain. The composition of glass, steel and natural stone provides golfers and guests the full experience of the expressive golf landscape. Water features and height differences of up to 14 meters provide unique perspectives and fine sight lines with an un-Dutch character.
With the new concept of ‘urban golf’ – dynamic, trendy and high service -, the Amsterdam International Golf Club targets a mix of 400 private and 400 corporate members. The completion of the Golf Club is scheduled for the end of 2012. Mecanoo previously designed the Whistling Rock Country Club Clubhouse near Seoul, which was delivered in 2012.
Amsterdam International Golf Club images / information from Mecanoo architecten