Golf clubhouse with huge Free Form roof

Around 10 years after we received our original commission, we are again working at a golf resort in South Korea for our client Dong Hoon D.O.S, this time handling the planning, production and erection of a 5,300 m2 Free Form roof.

Golf is booming in South Korea and new courses are being built all the time. One of them is the Hillmaru Country Club in Pocheon, north of Seoul. Based on designs by YKH Architects in Seoul and working in cooperation with our project partner SJB Kempter Fitze AG for the engineering, we are planning, producing and erecting a complex Free Form roof with impressive dimensions. With a surface area of 5,300 m2, the roof will cover the 160 m long clubhouse and its entrance. Two tree-shaped Free Forms made of spruce will create an imposing projecting roof over the entrance area.

The clubhouse, with its extraordinary timber roof, is due to open in spring 2022.

Project details

Client:
Dong Hoon DOS
Architecture:
YKH Architects
Project type:
Leisure and sport
Construction type:
Free Form
Services:
Timber construction
Construction:
2021
Locality:
Pocheon, South Korea
A bird’s eye view of the golf course at the Hillmaru Country Club

Quite remarkable: the roof on the 160 m long clubhouse has a total surface area of 5,300 m2

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