While at Waterleaf Architecture, LLC, Angie worked collaboratively to design this heavy timber and stone structure for the driving range at Oswego Lake Country Club. The basalt stone columns match the stone found on the main building, while the cantilevered heavy timbered structure soars and protects at the same time. The gently sloped roof is at a human scale on the circulation side of the structure, while the higher side accommodates the swing of a golf club. Cantilevered wood benches engage the columns. Indirect lighting highlights the exposed tongue and groove wood decking.