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Commercial Buildings

Hotels, golf & cricket club houses and restaurants made of sturdy Finnish log, these commercial buildings are sure to be reliable investments to their owners. Unique designs, lower build costs, and remarkably thermally efficient. A log building that will last! Because commercial buildings are custom all built or extensive variations of a standard property we would be pleased to discuss any potential project.

We designed a club house for the Stroud Cricket Club activities; watching the game, changing gear and relaxing in the pub with a pint of quality beer.   The building has a total floor surface of 621m². In the 375m² ground floor there is a large club house room with a kitchen & bar. Also changing rooms with showers and a sauna are located in the ground floor.   The first floor has a 14m² score box and an 81m² room with sky lights. The club house was delivered in 2011 and the grand opening was held in 2012. This sure is one of the most impressive cricket club houses in the United Kingdom!

Visit the Stroud cricket club website here:

Cricket Club Pavilion

Golf Clubhouse & Driving Range

Artichouse were proud to deliver the first golf club ever built to Azerbaijan. Quba golf is located in the town of Quba and it is the home of Azerbaijan Golf Federation. The club house has a total floor area of 658m². On the club grounds there is a 18-hole championship course and a driving range for practising.

The two holiday apartment buildings “Les Myrtilles”, situated directly at the ski runs of Corrençon en Vercors, offer ten modern and spacious apartments for relaxing holidays. And the Artichouse thermo wall keeps the guests warm at all times.

Hotel Les Myrtilles, France

Impressive Office Building

This property company in Spain wanted an impressive office building, something that made a ‘statement’. They chose this ‘Tunturi’ style solid log building, custom made by Artichouse.

Church Building. Japan

An example of the versatility of log buildings. The requirement here was for open spaces and vaulted roofs in a Church solidly built with natural, earth friendly materials. Polar pine from Lapland and Artichouse expertise provided the answers.