Golf Course Bernardus is an 18-hole golf course, including a Michelin star restaurant, club and shooting range. Frame+View created 3D visualization and animation presenting the luxury architectural project of our clients, including the interior CGI.
Golf Course Bernardus is located in the village of Cromvoirt just southwest of Den Bosch, The Netherlands. The territory includes the layout of 28.5 hectares of new nature, a Michelin star restaurant, a clubhouse, a hotel, and a shooting range.
Aerial view of the golf court designed by the renowned golf course architect Kyle Phillips. His portfolio consists of many of the world’s top golf courses. Kyle Phillips became famous for creative design solutions in difficult landscape conditions. In his sustainability projects, the architect finds a balance between the needs of the players and the conservation of nature. Bernardus is no exception. The result is a space that pleases players with relief and unique panoramas.
The golf court is entirely modeled in 3D, outskirts are based on aerial photography. Bernardus is a heathland course, which is open and slightly sloping. The landscape is a part of the surrounding nature with a palette of green and brown colors, open fields and a complex river map.
Design duo of Pieter Laureys and Patrick Russ together took care of the interior and exterior of the spectacular clubhouse. There is the reception inside with a wavy roof which resembles large zinc leaves. The roof consists of steel truss beams which are screwed onto the concrete shell. The large spiral staircase is the eye-catcher of the building and was manufactured by a gated staircase.
The landscape and the garden were designed by Studio REDD. It used the shades in the clubhouse for the outdoor space and chose Egyptian stone with a soft look around the house. The path structure on the golf course is made of a light-colored asphalt. The idea is to apply materials that emphasize the natural feeling of the environment.
Evening view of the restaurant Noble Kitchen which is located in a separate building. Star chef Edwin Kats created a place for «soul food and happy times». The restaurant consists of a brasserie (Bernardus Cafe) for those who want a small lunch or snack and a fine dining department.
The Evening terrace next to the golf bar gives spectators the space to look out over the 18-hole golf course. The area is part of the Noble Kitchen Restaurant and attracts many non-golfers: cyclists, hikers and restaurant lovers who come to appreciate the good reputation of star chef Edwin Kats.