A major addition to the Hummelbachaue Neuss Golf Club, south of the German city of Neuss, is characterised by classic modern forms and materiality, as architects Wichmann Architekten & Ingenieure explain. The new building exerts itself as a discrete structure, separated from the original, old clubhouse but expanding its functionality. A new plaza forms the centre of the ensemble with an outside restaurant, front desk, shop and bistro. The facades are conceived as horizontally layered textures: open and closed areas alternate. Copper and glass in the upper floor distance the new intervention from the materiality of the old building, whilst the brick facades of the basement visually connect with the existing buildings.
Copper and glass in the upper floor distance the new intervention from the materiality of the old building.
Hummelbachaue Neuss Golf Club
Type of building:
Sport, relaxation facilities
Wichmann Architekten & Ingenieure
Friedrich Koch Bedachungs