Recognized for its socially and environmentally conscious architecture, the Ayla Golf Club’s impressive & inspiring architecture was designed by the renown Oppenheim Architecture & Design firm.
Paying homage to the ancient architectural heritage of the Bedouins and the undulating dunescape of the surrounding desert, the club house is made up of waves of concrete, rising and falling in an organic yet contemporary style. The innovative and distinct design of the building forms the iconic core of the Ayla Oasis destination in Aqaba city, Jordan.
The 13,000 square foot building is part of the first phase of a 17square mile leisure development encompasses residential apartments, hotel, and commercial space, all centered around an 18-hole signature golf course designed by Greg Norman. The Clubhouse features retail, dining, lounge, banquet, spa and wellness components; while the Golf Academy includes retail, dining, and indoor/outdoor swing analysis studio components.
Photography by Rory Gardiner