Green Golf Building Architecture for Transit Place
Golf was not only requiring extensive field but also requires a special building that can be used for transit. In addition to a good field, construction of buildings with great architecture may be more attractive for golf enthusiasts. This building is like green golf building that built using modern architecture and green also the attractive shape and form on order to more fun. This golf green building not only provides as transit place but also provides some facilities such gathering place, resting area, eat, changing clothes, or bathing. The green building is also very influential on the golf environment. This green golf building is such as crowd of plants that can certainly soothe the eye and sight. Club for golf enthusiast is designed with rooms that are mostly open, covered only with glass wall and even the walls are mostly covered by green plants. The walls are covered by pachysandra terminalis and ivy. This seems to be building routes to improve the energy efficiency of building. It creates new nuance for golf with facilities and modern architectural design of green golf building.
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