Blessings Golf Clubhouse and Guardhouse / Marlon Blackwell Architect

Located within the Ozark Mountains the Blessings Golf Clubhouse and Guardhouse, designed by Marlon Blackwell Architect, is a stand-alone structure set at the base of the hill, with a footprint minimally contacting the land. Acting as a type of covered bridge from the north-facing mountain ridge into the Osage Indian archaeological preservation zone the building creates an entry portal that operates as a breezeway framing the eighteenth green. Conceived as an animate form, the building receives the visitor beneath its cool and shaded underbelly, not unlike the clefts and caves found in the nearby hills — via ArchDaily

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