This spectacular clubhouse made of glass and white exposed concrete sits on a rocky coastline on Changseon Island, off the southern tip of the Korean peninsula. It is part of the "South Cape Owner’s Club" golf resort which opened back in 2013. With this design, the architects from Mass Studies in Seoul have responded directly to the panorama and topography.
The clubhouse comprises two building sections with ceiling-high glazing which curve outwards like boomerangs. An x-shaped protruding roof joins the two glass structures. The meeting point embraces the characteristics of its immediate surroundings with a golfing swing: To the East it hugs the rocky hills and to the West it reveals the view of the Cape. The deep roof overhang shelters a restaurant, music library and a congress hall from the Southern sun and provides a frame for varied views over the ocean, greenery and hilly woodland.