Japanese tea room-inspired clubhouse
Uchida’s team has created the 26,348 sq ft Fleur Pavilion clubhouse built around the essence of the Japanese philosophy of kazuaki seishin (meaning harmony, respect, purity and tranquillity) by infusing the Japanese tea room design into the clubhouse. Wooden hues and bamboo materials adorn the space. Central to the design are the web-like wooden strips intricately woven into minimalist screens that double as walls. They create a space that feels both open and secluded at the same time. Different spaces are connected through engawa, the traditional Japanese architectural feature that separates the landscape area from interiors. It is also the “Here and There” concept from Uchida and his team. There’s handpicked objets d’art from across the world throughout the development, as well as beautiful bespoke furniture created by Uchida’s team for Fleur Pavilia.