Gog Magog Golf Club
David Hales Design Studio was commissioned to update the club located in historic Cambridge. With a diverse membership the interior scheme was carefully tailored. Our design package included the specification of floor coverings and colour schemes, along with the supply of bespoke furniture items.
Golf Club History
David Hales Design Studio redesigned how the clubhouse memorabilia, history and heritage were presented, reframing photos and reformatting honours boards into a modern style of display. We also added a new lighting scheme to showcase the Club’s achievements.
The design palette, colours and textures were specifically chosen to reflect the visual environment and nature of the surrounding topography. Brick and stone textures were incorporated into the interior to reflect the clubhouse design, and autumnal colours were used to bring the outside flora into the clubhouse environment.
Providing a central A/V platform for a new monitor for events also ensured members and guests had a modern method of signing in. The surrounding space was carefully considered, and David Hales Design Studio provided new plans and details to create social club groupings, while enhancing the viewing angles to the new screen, as well as the fairway outside. Three separate circuits were added for the LED low energy lighting, with optional settings for individual functions or day-to-day use.
We provided more social group seating in the form of sofas and banquette seating, which enhanced the club feel and provided a fixed seating element which improves maintenance and longevity of furniture.
Beeston Fields Golf Club
Beeston Fields Golf Club is a superb Parkland Golf Course, one of the oldest in Nottingham, boasting a historic early Victorian Golf Clubhouse from 1827. The Club itself is a calm oasis and relaxing venue, just away from the city centre.
A complete refurbishment was required by the Club’s owners with attention to be paid to improved bar and catering facilities and modernisation of the dated internal appearance of the existing bar and furniture.
The Project: The project involved the creation of a revitalised Club space which involved remodelling existing ceilings to allow new air conditioning units, better lighting, new carpet and a stylish combination of Banquette seating, lounge and dining furniture. Full height sliding screens were incorporated into the design to allow better flexibility for functions and flow through the Club spaces. The existing bar was retained but clad with new bar front joinery, Granite bar top and a stunning new back bar unit, incorporating vintage mirrors and subtle LED lighting and frosted beehive pendants from the bar canopy.
Golf Club History:
The Club’s honours boards had become to profuse for the available wall space and our team re-formatted each board onto Perspex wall panels, all perfectly lit from above to enhance the Club heritage feel of the member’s lounge bar area.
An important aspect of the club’s brief and implemented in the new scheme was to provide detailed furniture space plans which allows for a large degree of flexibility in the hospitality spaces. Our team conceived and designed a bespoke corner dining sofa solution that establishes a club intimate feel of banquette all day whilst being mobile enough to re-configure the space for specific club functions.
Hunstanton Golf Club
Hunstanton Golf Club is a stunning championship Links course set in the scenic Norfolk coast close to the town, Kings Lynn and The Sandringham estate.
DHDS were engaged to assist in the design and re-generation of the Edwardian Clubhouse Interiors to bring an updated modern feel throughout the hospitality spaces, locker rooms and bars.
The project involves the construction of a sleek, modern glass extension to the existing Clubhouse located to the side of the building to offer open views from the dining spaces of the 18 green and beach huts beyond. As well as the extension, the project included the complete refurbishment to the existing interior commencing with Phase 1 works which includes complete renovations to the Men’s locker facilities.
Golf Club History:
The historic Clubhouse contains important artefacts, honours boards and shields and the brief was to re-locate and better display the Club’s heritage.
Phase 1 – Locker Room:
The first task was to rejuvenate the existing Men’s lockers to give a traditional, luxury, sleek feel. Contemporary check carpet and dark stained locker faces with chrome fittings and feature lighting pendants gives a stunning yet subtle atmosphere of understated style and elegance.
The Phase 1 colour palette for the Men’s locker room was conceived using a dark hardwood scheme in a match board panel style to reflect the Club’s traditional feel. The light toned check carpet beautifully balance the dark theme.
The layout of the Phase 1 Men’s lockers was completely re-planned to give a better flow through the facility and improved access to the locker and washroom spaces. Special attention was given to the pendant lighting which forms a stunning visual feature throughout the space.