Art · April 21, 2021 0

Tiered Seating With Built-In Planters Was Designed For The Base Of These Stairs

New York-based firm Workshop/APD has designed the master plan of AutoCamp Cape Cod, a 14-acre site that includes accommodations like cabins, Airstreams, and tents, a clubhouse featuring a mid-century modern lounge with an indoor fireplace and cozy seating, a general store, and restrooms with luxury showers.

One of the interior design details that caught our eye was the inclusion of tiered seating in the Clubhouse.

Tiered seating, created as an extension of the stairs, includes built-in planters.

Made from concrete the tiered seating has wood benches as well as flat cushions that make it a comfortable spot to relax close to the fireplace.

Tiered seating, created as an extension of the stairs, includes built-in planters.

The tiered seating has been designed so that some of the levels meet up with the steps of the stairs, creating a seamless appearance.

Tiered seating, created as an extension of the stairs, includes built-in planters.

To soften the look of the concrete tiers and to add a natural element, the designers included built-in planters on two different levels that house a variety of plants.

Tiered seating, created as an extension of the stairs, includes built-in planters.

Let’s take a look at the rest of the Clubhouse.

The modern building has a wood exterior, with both a natural finish and a darker finish, as well as large expanses of windows.

This modern clubhouse building has a wood exterior, with both a natural finish and a darker finish, as well as large expanses of windows.

The wood elements continue inside, with light wood walls and ceiling. Matching the walls and ceiling is a welcome desk in the lobby area.

A modern lobby with a wood welcome desk that matches the wood walls and ceiling.

Around the corner from the welcome desk is a bar and kitchen area with a long island.

The kitchen and bar area of a clubhouse.
The kitchen and bar area of a clubhouse.

Adjacent to the bar/kitchen is a large table that can be used for casual working or relaxing. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the interior with natural light.

A modern clubhouse with an extra long table for casual working and relaxing.
A modern clubhouse with an extra long table for casual working and relaxing.

There’s also a lounge area with couches that separates the table from the fireplace by the tiered seating.

A modern lounge also includes an round fireplace with chairs, and tiered seating.

Upstairs, there are further seating areas with comfortable furnishings and floor-to-ceiling curtains.

A modern living room with comfortable furnishings, floor-to-ceiling curtains, and wood accent wall.

Large sliding glass doors open to a covered balcony that has outdoor dining with views of the water and surrounding landscape.

Large sliding glass doors open to a covered balcony that has outdoor dining with views of the water and surrounding landscape.
Large sliding glass doors open to a covered balcony that has outdoor dining with views of the water and surrounding landscape.

Back inside, and there’s a conference room with tables in a U-shaped layout, as well as smaller round tables for more intimate meetings.

A modern conference room with tables in a U-shaped layout, as well as smaller round tables for more intimate meetings.

The bathrooms have dark wall tiles that complement the black frame of the round mirror, as well as the faucet and nearby door.

A modern bathroom with dark wall tiles that complement the black frame of the round mirror, as well as the faucet and nearby door.

The interior of the shower rooms is the opposite, with bright white tiled walls that contrast the black shower heads and hardware.

A modern bathroom with bright white tiled walls that contrast the black shower heads and hardware.

There’s also a general store that carries a variety of items like drinks, souvenirs, and snacks.

A modern general store that carries a variety of items like drinks, souvenirs, and snacks.
Photography by Matt Kisiday | Lead Contractor and Developer: Blue Flag Partners | Real Estate Investment Management Company: Whitman Peterson | Design: Workshop/APD