The design utilizes elements of traditional Louisiana architecture by casually arranging a collection of building forms around areas of paving and extensive native landscape. The Clubhouse has developed into a lunchtime destination for the surrounding community as well as a popular local venue for receptions and meetings.
The building connects the interior spaces to the outdoor areas by common use of materials and structure as well as with numerous French doors, large windows, and deep porches. All first floor windows are shaded by porch roofs, louvers, or top-hinged shutters. A selective use of clerestory and dormer windows brings daylight to the tall interior spaces.