± 133-1/2" A ± 55-5/16" ± 133-1/2" TYP. EXISTING WINDOW PLAN SECTION @ Cupola Walls EXISTING WINDOW 4-7/8" EXISTING WINDOW 8" 7/ 4- EXT. JAMB 3-1/2" 3/4" LINE OF PERIMETER BEAM JOINT 4" 2-3/4" 3/ 1/4" 3/ 2- 4" EXT. JAMB 4" 1/ A Building Movement The first physical impression you gain of the clubhouse is from the east porte cochere on the upper level. Although the foyer wall is constructed mostly of glass, the front doors are solid to grow excitement for what is beyond. A visitor 20 I designsolutions fall 2017 entering must walk past grasscloth wallpaper and robust woodwork in the upper rotunda, past the inglenook with its reclaimed barnwood walls, and stone fireplace and down the staircase to the lower level. There is a stone wall, metal club logo and the sound of a water feature PLAN SECTION (Detail) @ Cupola Walls drawing you downward. A small balcony is open to the stair below and an iron handrail forged to replicate the look of rope is a tactile resemblance to the horse farm heritage of the club owners. On the lower level is the dining room, the bar and the pro shop. Materials on the lower level are more rustic with the idea that these spaces would feel like a comfortable worn leather boot. Imperfections in the woodwork were encouraged to add to the charm and express the ambience of the western arts and crafts architectural language.