Forsyth Country Club Dining Renovations

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Updating and expanding dining areas and bar honors the architecture of the historic country club and takes advantage of great views of the golf course

Location
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Client
Forsyth Country Club

Completion Date
2014

Size
7,000 SF

Project Type
Renovation, Addition, Dining

Awards
2014 Award of Excellence, Architectural Woodwork Institute
2015 Citation Award, Winston-Salem Chapter, North Carolina AIA

Professional Credits
Walter Robbs Callahan & Pierce Architects, PA

In keeping within the existing Neo-classical Georgian architecture of the 100-year-old clubhouse, designers collaborated with country club members and staff to design a 2,000-SF expansion and 5,000-SF renovation of the dining areas and bar. The renovated interior maintains the rich and formal look of the dining area and adds enhanced architectural detailing and new finishes, furniture, and lighting.

The 1913 Grill was transformed from a dark, low ceiling space to a fresh, dramatic space with uplit, hand-painted French wallcovering and new banquette seating. The bar expansion was positioned to take advantage of spectacular views of the golf course and improve the interior flow of the club. The adjacent exterior dining patio was also expanded, and a fire pit was added to enhance the outdoor dining experience.

Ken McDaniel, AIA

Principal
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