Abstractions in the Landscape 
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DETAILS

LocationHiroshima, Japan
ClientTowa Real Estate Development Co., Ltd.
Size18-hole golf course

The Regus Crest Grand course is a private membership course designed for tournament play with a single story clubhouse. The clubhouse is sited to maximize views of the course and its surrounding hills. The heavily forested site is preserved and is enhanced and supplemented with new landscape. Water features are used to accentuate the hills beyond the course while abstracts of yin and yang recall traditional Zen gardens.

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