The Design Of Landscape For Golf Clubhouse

Gombri, Hashim (2000) The Design Of Landscape For Golf Clubhouse. Other thesis, University Technology Malaysia.

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Abstract

Clubhouse are designed through their cultural exclusive lifestyle for golf community which is reflection of socialization and relationship to its surrounding. Therefore, the uniqueness of the clubhouse is always pertinent to the ambiance of the landscape setting and its layout on golfcourses. The essential interior and exterior space basically portray the circulation pattern and their activities. In fact, the design of the clubhouse with consideration of the surrounding would help to bring the greenery bound into the activities as well as in natural ventilation. This situation is brought about by their objectives and membership's needs and also appreciation God's creation. Every space in the clubhouse is directly influenced by the existing landforms, limited land, and its natural features. Generally, the clubhouse will be placed at the highest point so that its would bring the beauty and greenery of the golfcourses and adapt with valuable architectural building. the lounge for example, is of quality in design and placed at strategic view point with highly sighted supervision. The result is the uniqueness of the clubhouse setting, sense of place, the tranquillity of the environment and fresh air movement created due to this positioning. Hence, this topic will explore the designing of landscape for golf clubhouse which focuses on space demarcation and itus activities. The study will also look into basic requirements, characteristic and its landscape and its landscape features. The idea of selecting this scope of study came after realizing that most of the golfcourses their elegance and luxuries of its environment. There is no doubt that the exclusiveness and lifestyle of elite communities will portray the image of the ckubhouse and furthermore, it will bring back the ambiance and harmony of its surrounding.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
Divisions: Faculty of Built Environment > Landscape Architecture
Depositing User: FAB IR Admin
Date Deposited: 24 Jun 2013 05:39
Last Modified: 24 Jun 2013 05:39
URI: http://epublication.fab.utm.my/id/eprint/2

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