The Lake Hills Suncheon golf resort, designed by Ken Min Architects, draws upon the traditional Korean architectural style and imbues an invigorating contemporary feel. One of the predominant features of the clubhouse is the tilted roof entranceway, which is built primarily from wood and looks like a large open-faced tent.
The Lake Hills Suncheon golf resort is located in an area that has a lot of traditional architecture that has been preserved; the architects wanted to create an institution that would fit into its surroundings. At the same time, they had to accommodate the functional demands that a golf clubhouse requires. The Lake Hills Suncheon golf resort is a great example of Korean architecture that has a link to the past.
The Lake Hills Suncheon Golf Resort Draws on Korean Style in a Modern Way
Christopher DeLuca — May 27, 2011 — Art & Design