Sometimes, design is overrated. Obviously, architects take design very seriously and fiercely believe that the look and feel of a club is hugely important in establishing an emotional connection between our members and our facility, but it is important to remember that good design is a balance between the look and feel of a club and the club’s functions. When too many resources are allocated to form rather than function, the result may be a great-looking club that really does not
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