royal liverpool golf club
This project required refurbishment of the dated offices and main entrance hall to the clubhouse. The main entrance was finely detailed however once through this space the lobby was dated and tired. The intention was to provide better front of office space and connect the club secretary better with members and visitors. The club secretary felt disconnected in the previous office space. Part of the brief was to ensure that the impressive stained glass window remained visible from the inner hall space.
Detailing from the original timber arched entrance was replicated to provide a large window to the secretary’s office. The large window provided a connection between the secretary and members while also allowing a view of the stained glass window. For times when the secretary required private meetings switch glass allowed the screen to become frosted at the click of a switch. Coat hanging and access to the back of house are concealed behind a timber clad wall with hidden doors.
new arch with glazing
new door and arch in entrance space
new hidden cupboads in entrance