The major constraint of this project was to insert big flat surfaces on a sloped land. this resulted in a succession of planted earthwork and retaining walls made of local stone which integrates the project in its natural surrounding. the first part of the club includes the parking on the basement level. on top are the horses’ boxes with an indoor ring connected by a water bridge to the open arena. a club house sitting on top of the terraces overlooks the project and the neighboring valley.