The name derives from the concept of a comfortable place like a "sofa" represented by the informal grandstand and which forms the roof of the club house.
The volume of the building will be open on both sides and will contain different functions, services - changing rooms, bar restaurant. The north facade is entirely glazed to ensure better lighting of the spaces and a great panoramic view of the lake.
" The design for a clubhouse for the Tennis Club IJburg in the east of Amsterdam is an attempt to minimise the use of valuable playing space by combining the clubhouse typology, a long low strip opened up to views of the courts on one side and the waters of the IJMeer on the other, with that of a sports tribune or grandstand, perfectly angled for centre-court viewing. The roof of the club folds up to form this informal spectator platform, which can seat up to 200 people. "
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