The Nine Bridges Country Clubhouse designed by Shigeru Ban Architects & KACI International, located in Yeoju in Gyeonggi Province is a brilliant architectural masterpiece.
To edit the words of Shakespeare in his play Twelfth NightIf creativity be the food of design, think on, Give me excess of it, That I may grave more.
The Nine Bridges Country Club-Clubhouse is a 16,000-square meter facility that serves a golf course. While the entire structure is breathtaking, it is the atrium and the upper portion of the building with its timber tree-like columns, glass curtain wall and hexagon grid shell roof that quickens our heartbeat.
The building’s wooden hexagon grid shell, an ecological and naturally ventilated concept of a hexagon pattern, is based an a Korean traditional summertime pillow (called” bamboo wife”). The most innovative feature is the hexagon grid shell roof. The fire-resistant roof and columns are exposed in the interior spaces. Source
Designalmic. (n.d.). Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club House / Shigeru Ban Architects & KACI International | Designalmic. Retrieved from http://designalmic.com/haesley-nine-bridges-golf-club-house-shigeru-ban-architects-kaci-international/
Designers Party : Haesley nine bridges golf clubhouse : Kyeong Sik Yoon, Shigeru Ban. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.designersparty.com/entry/Haesley-nine-bridges-golf-clubhouse-KyeongSik-Yoon-Shigeru-Ban-Architects