For a while now, the urban mentality has been to build upward, but projects like the Hersham Golf Club point to a growing tradition of leaving landscapes intact.
Designed by Matthew Guy of ReardonSmith Architects, the hotel and country club have been carved into the earth, leaving an expansive green roof that complements the natural setting of Surrey and accommodates a golf course that's literally on-site. Incorporating eco-friendly amenities and a picturesque layout, the Hersham Golf Club is an exemplary project.
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By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 21, 2011 • References: reardonsmith