Archive for the ‘Gymnastics Centre’ Category
Sunday, April 15th, 2012
Article source: LETH & GORI
LETH & GORI’s project for an extension to Music Gymnasium Salzburg received a 3. Price in the open international competition.
The project creates a new extension to the school without stealing space or light from the existing densely built site. This is done by digging out the northern part of the site and inserting the extension as a onestorey building with courtyards and skylights. The roof of the building becomes a new playful urban landscape for the students.
Music Gymnasium Salzburg Proposal
- Architects:LETH & GORI
- Project: Music Gymnasium Salzburg Proposal
- Location: Salzburg, Austria
- Year: 2012
- Client: Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft m.b.H.
- Type: Open international competition
- Programme: Extension and transformation with common spaces, classrooms, dance hall and urban spaces
- Area: New building: 1.250m2
- Team: LETH & GORI : Karsten Gori, Uffe Leth, Annelie Asam, Arnaud Grenie and Sebastian Andersen
- Consultant: Tom Hay
- Status: 3. Price in open competition [55 participants]
- Budget: 5 mio. EUR
Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
Article source: Fabio Capanni Workshop
Each and every project realized by Leonardo da Vinci, whether a building or a model airplane, was inspired by the human body. As such, this gym on the outskirts of Sesto Fiorentino, near Florence, can be considered a tribute to Leonardo’s work and genius. The copper plates covering the exterior of the gym makes the building look like muscle fiber. Thanks to the nail-less mounting, the plates are free to move and expand in accordance with one of copper’s key characteristic.
Image Courtesy KME S.p.a.
- Architects: Fabio Capanni Workshop
- Project: La Fonte Gym
- Location: via Boito 5, Sesto Fiorentino, Firenze, Italy
- Project and supervision of works: Fabio Capanni
- Collaborators: Gabriele Bartocci, Daniele Buzzegoli, Frida Gramaccioni
- Structures and systems: Stefano Palazzesi
- Customer: Municipality of Sesto Fiorentino
- Builder: IN.G.IOVI. S.r.l. – Afragola (CS) Idroflorence S.r.l. – Badia a Settimo, Scandicci (FI)
- Chronology:1997-2000: project; 2001-2003, 2006: realization
- Dimensional data: 1.800 mq lot surface, 600 mq building surface, 4.000 mc building volume
- Photography: Christian Richters, by courtesy of KME S.p.a.
Thursday, February 16th, 2012
Article source: kit
After a fire destroyed the foyer of the gymnasium in Oberglatt, Switzerland, the city council asked for a new extension to the remaining parts of the building. The proposal by kit architects, which took the second prize in the competition, seamlessly connects to the existing structure, through program, space and form. Old and new dissolve into one, giving the building from the 70ties a distinct new identity. The cross section of the old sports hall with its ridged roof is most characteristic. Its ridge and eaves are extended and transformed into a welcoming gesture for the entrance within four descending steps, incidentally creating a series of skylights. The front facade is triangulated and recessed to create a covered zone leading into the building.
- Architect: kit
- Name of Project: Oberglatt Gymnasium Extension
- Location: Oberglatt, Zurich, Switzerland
- Landscape Design: noa!
- Structural Engineering: WGG Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AG, Zurich
- Environmental Engineering: Energieatelier, Zurich
Thursday, August 11th, 2011
Article source: C. F. Møller Architects
The children of Aarhus now have a unique hall to romp in. Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall, designed by C. F. Møller Architects, combines the best of the sports hall and playground and is the only one of its kind in Denmark – probably worldwide.
Image Courtesy Julian Weyer
- Architects: C. F. Møller Architects
- Project: Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall
- Location: Hvidkildevej, Aarhus, Denmark
- Client: VIK Gymnastik
- Engineer: Moe & Brødsgaard A/S
- Size: 1600m2 (1200m2 new building and 400m2 refurbishment)
- Construction period: 2009-2010
Thursday, July 7th, 2011
Article source: Enota
The National Gymnastics Centre Pegan Petkovšek is part of the comprehensive renovation of Svoboda Sports Park in Ljubljana. It is the first of the three sports halls that are to be built on the western edge of a belt between an access street on one side and a large greened park layout with sports grounds on the other. The building of the gymnastics centre is placed on the northernmost part of this belt. The northern and western edge of the building reference the building line regulated by the spatial acts, which also stipulate the greatest built ratio and the height of the building. The strict urbanistic regulations necessitate a very compact design that allows for little deviation.
- Architects: Enota
- Project: Pegan Petkovšek National Gymnastics Centre
- Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Type: invited competition
- Year: 2011
- Status: finished
- Size: 6.471 m2
- Client: Gimnastična zveza Slovenije
- Project team: Dean Lah, Milan Tomac, Alja Černe, Andrej Oblak, Polona Ruparčič, Nuša Završnik Šilec, Nebojša Vertovšek