The clubs is physically located in an area with a dense population and a large concentration of private clubs. As neighboring clubs began to improve their facilities for the future, it became quickly evident that Crestmont needed to do the same. Following an overall facility master plan that was overwhelmingly approved by membership, the club focused on providing a totally new clubhouse experience for their members featuring a food and beverage venue second to none amongst their club neighbors. The Donald Ross Room, after the famed designer of their beloved golf course, was slated to be the jewel of the project and the result did not disappoint.
The soaring ceilings of the Donald Ross Room allow for a dramatic bar experience. The high soffits accentuate the pendant lighting and the large overhead televisions. The twelve-place three-sided bar is a brand now phenomenon for a club whose past was virtually devoid of a food and drink friendly bar. The use of high-top communal tables extends the usability of the bar at busy times while allowing it to be intimate during less busy periods.
A variety of loose seating combined with curved and flat banquettes allow for seating flexibility and the creation of dining alcoves promoting use for family gatherings. The Nana Wall systems provide floor to ceiling full open access to the dining patio for a seamless inside-outside experience.
Size: 35,000 square feet (+/-)
Services: Architecture, Interior Design, Procurement