Free Form clubhouse with unique roof construction at the Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Resort

Haesley Nine Bridges is a unique golf clubhouse in Yeoju, South Korea. Korean architect Kyeong Sik Yoon collaborated with Tokyo-based Shigeru Ban Architects to produce this extraordinary project. The building houses a restaurant, a bar and a wellness and spa area. The design brings together various influences from nature. The architectural concept for the roof construction was based on the geometric pattern of traditional Korean basketwork. The client wanted a spectacular clubhouse in the centre of their new 18-hole golf course. The entire roof construction is supported by 21 columns resembling tree trunks. The 15-metre-high columns extend over three storeys to the roof, which measures 36 x 72 m. 

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View of the two-storey hall of the golf club. The wooden supporting structure dominates the room while the vast golf course can be seen through the huge window in the background.

View of the fascinating vaulted roof

The main features of the interior are the enormous columns and ceiling construction.

Decorative effect of the support structure

View of the golf course from the entrance through the windows opposite. The wooden supporting structure dominates the space.

View of the golf course from the club house

View from the terraces of the manicured golf course.

Red maple as a design element

View of the illuminated lakeside pavilion at dusk.

Meeting pavilion by the water

View of the illuminated supporting structure at night with reflections on the floor

View into the club house at night