The Stonebridge Club is a fitness and meeting facility for the residences at The Pinehills. The 7,000 SF building sits on a sloped site. The two-story building appears if it were a one-story structure from the entrance.
The lower level meeting room features accordion doors that span the width of the room and open up to a New England picturesque landscape.
The main "Great Room" is centrally located in the facility. The cathedral ceiling showcase reclaimed wood trusses and custom brackets. The fireplace is a focal element when entering.
The main structure is clad with horizontal “drop" siding, typically found on turn-of-the-century barns. The rear portion of the building is clad with white-washed board-and-batten siding. Finally, the facade is punctuated with thin double hung windows and sits on a stone foundation.
This project received the 2007 Builder’s Choice Award Grand Prize from Builder magazine.