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.
Sports fitness and leisure complex in Jonava,Lithuania by Lithuanian architects
July 7th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal
Article source: JPI architektai
The Complex of Sports, Wellness and Entertainment is being projected in Jonava, in the picturesque territory, which distinguishes itself for an expressive relief, and which is located between the Varnutė river dam,the Joninės Valley and Žeimių street. The Complex of Sports, Wellness and Entertainment will consist of a universal sports hall, a sport and entertainment centre, a renovated stadium as well as the renovated Joninės Valley.
UNIVERSAL HALL. A universal hall of 2,000 seats and a VIP lounge is being designed. The hall is suitable for playing basketball, handball as well as volleyball,also for various cultural events. A part of tribunes is collapsible.The dimensions of the hall field are chosen specifically for the case to allow three basketball training sessions to take place together at one time by telescoping tribunes of the first floor and by dividing the field into three courts across.
STADIUM TRIBUNES. The projected tribunes of the stadium are stationary, all covered, having 2,000 seats, 120 of which are in the VIP tribune. Another 1,000 seats are planned to be built in the tribunes of light constructions. Offices that are necessary for managing the stadium, are planned under the stationary tribunes. These new tribunes are projected to replace the present wooden ones.
STADIUM. New playgrounds for basketball, field tennis and beach volleyball are established in the renovated territory of the stadium. The stadium itself is renovated, 9 running tracks as well as sectors of track-and-field athletics have been built.
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