Kosinski Architecture


This banquet and conference facility had been proposed for development on a proposed PGA Golf Course in the Meriden Area. The project was designed to house PGA events, conferences, conventions and weddings in a rural setting. The 70,000SF facility provided for multiple, simultaneous wedding parties, conference activities, banqueting, and golf club dining occupancy. Through the employment of organizational strategies in plan and section, the facility could accommodate over 1,600 occupants into single or eight separate areas. A central, mutli-story ballroom could be accessed by all of these discrete zones for events in coordination with simultaneous occupancy. Ceremonial stairs provided vistas to the golf course and provided a context for photography and signature event staging. A separate, full service golf pro shop and clubhouse building served the associated country club. The facility’s Federal Colonial design employs brick veneer, large French windows and doors, and multi-tiered balconies leading to the golf course. Central service and mechanical towers allow for maximum efficiency in moving people and serving food at high volumes. The facility provided a unique and quality environment for gathering.

Newfield Mansion

PGA Golf, Banquet and Conference Center

Meriden, CT

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