Timeless Materiality

Escondido


The permanence of the rugged Texas Hill Country landscape and the character of materials found in estates of Southern Europe served as inspiration for the Club at Escondido. Part of a resort community of 250 homes in the Highland Lake Region of Texas, this new development is comprised of a large Private Residence club, gatehouses, and various golf amenities - including a large clubhouse, grill, and Golf Academy.

Each of these spaces is defined by a palette of handcrafted materials, including rustic stone, antique timbers, terracotta tile, and hand-wrought ironwork.

The Clubhouse


Outdoor rooms and courtyards are fashioned after the monasteries of Southern Europe.

Early resort studies
The teaching center

The comfort station

The gate house

The old bridge landing

DRIVING RANGE

The east wing of the grill, known as La Hacienda, houses an indoor hitting bay that opens to a driving range for covered swing analysis, and smaller supporting men’s and women’s locker rooms.

La Hacienda was designed as a precursor to the main clubhouse, testing material and construction methods.