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MODERN CAPE DUTCH


CROYDON CLUB HOUSE Built fairly recently this building is a fine example of the style. The club house consists of two simple rectangular barns arranged in an L-shape. The two are unconnected and each one enjoys a bold gable in a symmetrical facade. Typical of this modern style, the roofs are made of metal and are at 30 degrees.  



BY BEVERLEY HUI ARCHITECTS
DESIGNS BY OTHER ARCHITECTS


The Symmetrical Facade is Very Effective

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  • The two barns form one side of a landscaped courtyard
  • Formally landscaped gardens form a verdant green surround for the white building
  • Large windows and shutters in aluminium are modern materials that contrast with the classic symmentry of the architecture

  • The Water-feature

    Interior of the Clubhouse