Huntingdale Golf Club: Located in South Oakleigh, Melbourne, this club house makes the dining experience as memorable as a hole in one. Designed by local firm Inarc, members can enjoy watching golfers hit their stride while sitting in a comfortable armchair located near one of the many picture windows. There’s also a members’ lounge, with a bar clad in angular copper, echoing the multiple folds in the ceiling.As originally featured in the December 2015 issue of Wallpaper* (*201).Writer: Stephen Crafti
Kaplankaya Clubhouse: Designed by Office of Architecture in Barcelona, Kaplankaya Clubhouse, near Bodrum in Turkey, is a strikingly contemporary building beautifully perched on an angular brick plinth. With offices on the upper levels, the socialising spaces are kept to the terrace or to the magical Zen-like cloistered double-height space at the core of this building. And if working out is your thing, there’s a gym encased within the plinth
Henry Wood House: Close to London’s Oxford Street and designed by Buckley Gray Yeoman for The Office Group, this brutalist pile was once home to the BBC R&D unit. It includes revamped open-plan offices across seven levels, with lounges, co-working spaces and meeting areas on the ground floor. To capture the past while taking the fit-out forward, BGY included dark timber veneers and Hans Wegner chairs. Photograph courtesy The Office Group
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