Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety first certified Padel court installed by Padelbox

Pavilion Landscape by RIOS

Meticulous describes every inch of this landscape renovation for a detail-oriented client.

Two new outdoor pavilions anchor the property: one serving the existing pool, the other adjoining a new court for Padel, a racket sport similar to paddle tennis. The existing home’s massive wood beams influenced the overall look of the pavilions, both of which are clad in seven-inch-wide shou-sugi-ban-treatedboards.

This labor-intensive ancient Japanese technique preserves and waterproofs the sapele wood by charring its surface. Both structures are designed on a seven-inch module, so every window and door opening corresponds to a multiple of seven inches wide, leaving no partial boards. Both pavilions are true indoor/outdoor spaces, lit for night use, with televisions, heaters, and wet bars carefully concealed within.

Our design seamlessly joins two lots in Bel Air into a single estate, with multiple programmed spaces for outdoor activity.

A grove of olive trees at the property’s new driveway entrance creates a grand arrival sequence. Carefully manicured boxwood hedges flank crape myrtles, which burst into gorgeous white flowers each spring. Additional olive trees cascade down the hillside, their sculptural branches and thick foliage adding to the feeling of secluded expanse.

A series of formal allées frame the best views and knit all the various spaces together. The client’s specifications for the Padel court were just as exacting. We sank the fence posts deep underground so no fasteners are exposed. The fact that the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety had never certified a Padel court made the process even more challenging. ARTICLE BY RIOS.

The FIRST Padel Club opens in NYC

GOOD NEWS FOR THE GROWTH OF PADEL IN NY.

Fun fact: Santiago Gomez, co-founder of iconic Mexican restaurants Cosme and Atla, is the founder of the project.

“I played padel for almost 20 years while growing up in Mexico and spending my summers in Acapulco, where the sport was invented,” Gomez said in an official statement about his latest endeavor. “When the pandemic hit in 2020, I went back to Acapulco and made padel a part of my routine, playing every day. When I eventually returned to New York, I realized that the sport was one of the things the city was missing and the idea for Padel Haus was born.”

Expect the new destination to look very modern, boasting white oak wood floors, casings with matte black and concrete accents throughout. There will also be locker rooms with lime wall finishes, fluted glass shower doors, large-format gray terrazzo tile flooring and stacked matte sage green wall tiles. 

In addition to the professional courts, the space will also be home to the city’s only padel pro shop, a co-ed steam room, an elevated viewing lounge and an organic juice bar that will be open to the public. 

As for pricing, memberships currently cost $150 per month, plus a one-time initiation fee of $490. You can also book a court if you’re not a member, but it will cost you $55 per person per hour with a maximum of three bookings per month. 

And if you’ve never played the game but so ardently wish you could, you’ll be delighted to know that Padel Haus will soon also launch an academy for both kids and adults led by certified padel coaches. Think of it as a tennis-slash-squash school.

ARTICLE Written by Anna RahmananTuesday June 14 2022 FROM TIME OUT.

THE COMPANY PADEL BOX HAS INSTALLED 3 PADEL COURTS OVER THE SUMMER IN THE NY AREA, SPECIALIZING ON PRIVATE RESIDENCES AND HIGH END SPORT FACILITIES.

The mission of Padelbox is to share our passion for Padel and to create opportunities for more people to learn and benefit from this racquet sport helping padel grow in the NY Metropolitan Area.

PADELHAUS IN NYC

High Quality Padel Court by PadelBox in California

Padel is the trendiest and fastest growing sport in the world.
Played over artificial grass, it has a much lower impact on your body than similar
raquet sports, making it enjoyable for players of all ages and fitness levels.

Learning to play Padel is simple and easy, providing players with quick and rewarding mastery of the game. Padel attracts both men and women equally, as well as tennis squash and racquetball players who find the games fast pace and long rallies “challenging and highly addictive”. Kids “love” the ease and manner in which the game is played making Padel an extremely social and fun experience for the enitre family.

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