The stained, ebony ash veneered doors featured a bespoke curved steel inlay design. These were specified to complement the contemporary interior design of The Lodge – an eighteen room, boutique hotel set in the Surrey countryside in the grounds of Kingswood Golf Course.
Kingswood’s 6,900 yard course was originally designed in the 1920’s by five-times open champion James Braid.
It has recently undergone extensive re-design and construction under the guidance of Howard Swan, a recognised course architect for James Braid designed courses.
Tim Doran, Ahmarra’s Managing Director, commented: Kingswood had very specific design ideas for The Lodge and we were happy to work with them to achieve these. This included a highly bespoke, curved stainless steel inlay in each door, which was made-to-order by our skilled joiners in our Portsmouth factory.
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