Lyngbygaard Golf Center

Lyngbygaard Golf Center

Architect
Arkitema Architects
Location
Brabrand, Denmark
Project Year
2009
Category
Golf Courses

Sports Centres

Lyngbygaard Golf Center

Arkitema Architects as Architects

Lyngbygaard Golf Center


The new clubhouse for Lyngbygaard Golf Centre relates in its overall architectural idiom to the other buildings in the nearby area. The clubhouse is the focal point and heart of the area. That includes both the club members and the guests, which all meet here before and after a round of golf.


The building absorbs the natural terrain in a base made of boulders. Together with the two existing fieldstone buildings it forms a trinity around the centrally located grove. In other words the new clubhouse of Lyngbygaard Golf Center deliberately relates to its surroundings. The building itself is a horizontal building that in its idiom reinterprets the traditional Danish farm with its horizontal buildings. The horizontality is marked in the façade with horizontal slats and large windows, which provide an unobstructed view of the greens and the village.


As a compositional fixture in the horizontal building, we have placed a significant chimney, which in the interior allows for an open, atmospheric fireplace - a natural center for the many social activities in the clubhouse.


Facts: Address: Lyngbygårdsvej 25, Brabrand Size: 1,400 m² Construction: 2008-2009 Client: Lyngbygaard Golf Center A / S Landscape: Arkitema Engineer: Grontmij Carl Bro

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