The new private owner spent 3 years refurbishing the golf club, focusing on the three pillars of the project – golf, community and nature. Modern buildings are designed with minimal impact on the environment and form a coherent architectural entity.
The architects reconstructed and expanded the existing club building, redesigning the interior and expanding the outer terraces. The new boutique hotel is a two-story L-shaped structure with a central courtyard. Four one-storey cottages are built in the forest and can accommodate up to 60 people. The architects also envisioned an “Eco Island” that includes field meadows, a small orchard and an organic growing area for the clubhouse.