Palmer Course Clubhouse at La Cantera
Clubhouse for the Arnold Palmer course at La Cantera. Built as a wood-framed structure featuring suspended flat concrete slab floors, glue-laminated beams and exposed heavy timber structural beams and columns.
Exterior and interior finishes were featured throughout the project. Exteriors included native stone veneers with pre-cast concrete and flagstone paving, plaster walls with faux aging finishes and solid wood doors and windows with heavy iron hardware and gates. The entrance features a ‘ruin wall’ which encircles the drive and a clay roof was applied in multiple layers with a heavy mortar for an aged appearance.
Interior finishes included veneer plaster walls with faux aging, flagstone flooring, distressed heavy timbers and a custom-designed bar made with cast stone and copper tops. The bar area is highlighted by the 800 lb. solid wood chandelier.
The clubhouse has won numerous awards including an “Award of Excellence” from Texas Construction magazine.
The clubhouse for the Arnold Palmer course at La Cantera posed a superb challenge to our skills – and it rewarded everyone involved by winning numerous awards, including an “Award of Excellence” from Texas Construction magazine.
OWNER: La Cantera Development, Robert Kramer, Gary Newman, USAA Development
SQUARE FOOTAGE: 15,000
ARCHITECT: Zmistowski Design Group, Jeff Fossum, Denver, Colorado
COMPLETION DATE: February 2001