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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Saint-Michel Soccer Stadium Competition entry in Québec, Canada by Paul Laurendeau Architect

 
September 14th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Paul Laurendeau Architect

Project description

— Bold silver letters with a soccer ball printed on the main facade announce the building’s function

— A black canopy signals the building’s entrance along Papineau Avenue for cars, cyclists and pedestrians

— A 10 meter wide boardwalk along the front facade creates a link between sidewalk and main entrance

— A symmetrical plan organizes all functions and helps the building assert its public role

— A double height square entrance hall distributes the public along interior circulations axes and creates a link with the bleachers above

— The fully glazed back facade offers an unobstructed view on the landscape of the former quarry

— The wood structure brings warmth to this otherwise non combustible construction

— Peripheral glazing at ground level create a link with adjoining landscape

— The stadium simple form makes it stand out from its context

— The building plays on the contrast between black exterior and wood interior

 

Images Courtesy Luxigon

  • Architect: Paul Laurendeau Architect
  • Name of Project: Saint-Michel Soccer Stadium Competition entry
  • Location: Papineau Avenue, Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • Gross floor area: 12 700 m² / 136 700 sq. ft.
  • Budget: 24,2 M$ CA
  • Image credit: Luxigon
  • Photo credit: Marc Gibert
  • Software: Revit, 3DSMAX, Photoshop

LEED considerations

— A green roof

— Front canopy that shades the facade against sun and prevents overheating

— Black perforated lateral facades that can pre-heat air for mechanical systems

— 100 bicycle racks that favor active modes of transport

— A semi-permeable parking surface that allows rain water to drain naturally into the ground

— Rows of trees integrated in the parking design to prevent over heating

 

Images Courtesy Luxigon

Plan level 01

Plan level 02

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Site Plan

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Categories: 3dS Max, Competitions, Photoshop, Revit, Stadium

One Response to “Saint-Michel Soccer Stadium Competition entry in Québec, Canada by Paul Laurendeau Architect”

  1. ntando jila says:

    i am doing A PROJECT PARTAINING STADIUMS, AND I WILL HAVE TO DESIGN KITCHENS, CHANGE ROOMS AND A ALRG SECURE PARKING AND I AM STUCK CAN I PLEASE GET SOME HELP.

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