Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club House, Yeoju, Republic of Korea
A canopy, woven from wooden beams, supports the roof of the club house at the Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Resort in South Korea. Twenty-one slender columns carry 32 roof elements, assembled from over 3,500 intertwining wooden parts. With its net-like design, the woven structure is reminiscent of a traditional Korean summer pillow. Light domes over the tree supports ensure natural light incidence and ventilation. The glass façade provides expansive views over the green.
|Project||Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club House, Yeoju, Republic of Korea|
|Architecture||Kyeong Sik Yoon/KACI International, Seoul, Republic of Korea; Shigeru Ban Architects, Tokyo, Japan|
|Walter Knoll location||Lobby|
|Walter Knoll product||Threesixty|
|Photos||Jong Oh Kim, Seoul, Republic of Korea|