For anyone who loves a little luxury in their lives, the Istra Tennis Club conceived by Za Bor Architects in Moscow should fit higher class tastes. The building consists of massive multi-level structures that move far from any conventional rectangular design.
The windows are large, allowing for daylight to penetrate through the facade. On the roof there are a few skylights too, ensuring that on a sunny day no one playing inside feels as if they are missing out on the weather. The number of tennis courts on the premise is quite expansive, with nine in total. Five are located in the outside section, and four indoor, so that members of the Istra Tennis Club by Za Bor Architects have plenty of options.
Photo Credits: designboom, zabor.net
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