Archive for the ‘Sports Centre’ Category
Wednesday, June 28th, 2017
Article source: The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Harbin Institute of Technology
Back ground story
The functional layout design is mainly based on the rational organization of events and the environment space shaping during and after events to provide athletes and citizens with diverse activity spaces, two main entrances provided on the north and south sides of the base, three main venues, i.e. the speed skating gym, the ice hockey hall and the curling hall arranged close to the entrance to facilitate event organization and people evacuation, the athlete apartment and the media center, etc. that provide service for sport events arranged on the side far from the city road, the three venues and the medium center showing a ring-shaped layout, like snow lotus in blossom.
Image Courtesy © The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Harbin Institute of Technology
- Architects: The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Harbin Institute of Technology
- Project: Ice Sports Center of the 13th China National Winter Games
- Location: Nanshan Scenic Area, Urumqi
- Client: The sport bureau of Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region
- Principle architect: Mei Hongyuan
- Structural Engineer: Dai Dazhi
- MEP Consultant: Shi Jianlei
- Lighting consultant: Lu Yanqiu
- Project size: 78334.45 square meters
- Total land area: 30.06ha
- Total construction area: 78334.45m2
Friday, May 26th, 2017
Article source: Mecanoo architecten
Surrounded by residential towers and infrastructure, the site for the Bao’an Public Culture and Art Center presents several challenges. Mecanoo reinterpreted these challenges as opportunities, capitalising on the proximity of the new cultural facility to the adjacent Bao’an Central Metro Station and the Binhai School.
Image Courtesy © Mecanoo architecten
- Architects: Mecanoo architecten
- Project: Bao’an Public Culture and Art Center
- Location: Xinhu Road and Chuangye Road, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, China
- Client: Urban Planning, Land & Resources Commission of Shenzhen Municipality, Bao’an Administration
- Programme: Culture and Art Center (49,830m² above ground, 34,290m² underground), including 21,015m² Museum, 16,070 m² Art Gallery, 17,450m² Gallery, 3,170m² sports field, and 23,490m² service area with auditorium, restaurant, art bookstore, meeting room and underground parking
- Size: 84,120m2
- Project Design: 2016
Friday, May 19th, 2017
Article source: CCM2 architectes
The Marc-Simoneau sports complex is a major sports facility in Quebec City. It regroups under the same roof two skating rink and a soccer field. The site has been chosen by Quebec City in accordance with its potential, its localization, its corporative neighbors and existing exterior sports equipment (three elevenplayer soccer fields, four seven-player soccer fields, an outdoor pool with water games).
Image Courtesy © Stéphane Groleau
- Architects: CCM2 architectes + CLC architectes
- Project: Complexe sportif Marc‐Simoneau | Arena + Soccer intérieur
- Location: Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Stéphane Groleau and Dave Tremblay
- Software used: SketchUp and Autocad
- Client: Ville de Québec
- Structural / civil Engineer: WSP
- Mecanical/electrical Engineer: Tetratech
- Lanscape architect: Groupe Espace‐vie
- Contractor: Unigertec
- Project area: 92 860pi² | 8630m²
- Budget: 36,4 M $
- Completion: 2015
Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
Article source: Steven Holl Architects
Located on the corner of West 218th street and Broadway—the northernmost edge of Manhattan, where Broadway crosses with Tenth Avenue and the elevated tracks of the 1 subway line—the Campbell Sports Center forms a new gateway to the Baker Athletics Complex, the primary athletics facility for the Columbia University’s outdoor sports program.
Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan
- Architects: Steven Holl Architects
- Project: Campbell Sports Center
- Location: New York, USA
- Photography: Chris McVoy and Iwan Baan
- Client: Columbia University
- Design Architect: Steven Holl, Chris McVoy
- Partner in Charge: Chris McVoy
- Associate in Charge: Olaf Schmidt
- Project Team: Marcus Carter, Xi Chen, Christiane Deptolla, Peter Englaender, Runar Halldorsson, Jackie Luk, Filipe Taboada, Dimitra Tsachrelia, Ebbie Wisecarver
- Construction Manager: Structuretone / Pavarini McGovern
Sunday, April 16th, 2017
Article source: CannonDesign
Visionary Legacy Olympic Venue Catalyzes Urban Redevelopment City of Richmond, Richmond Olympic Oval .
The signature venue for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games, the Richmond Olympic Oval is the first Olympic speed-skating facility ever designed for long-term use. The building spurred the creation of a new urban waterfront neighborhood in Richmond, BC and continues to nourish and support it.
Image Courtesy © CannonDesign
- Architects: CannonDesign
- Project: Richmond Olympic Oval
- Location: Richmond, Virginia
Sunday, April 9th, 2017
Article source: v2com
Located on the edge of this suburban town, the building faces the horizon made of agricultural fields and infrastructures lines.
For Bussy, this new and growing city at the East of Greater Paris area, this sport center represents one of the major public facilities. The rural and «fake-old»
identity of the surroundings and its individual houses plays the role of contrast for the project.
Image Courtesy © Yohan ZERDOUN
- Architects: Martin Duplantier Architectes
- Project: Sports Complex
- Location: ZAC of Sycomore, Bussy Saint-Georges (77) France
- Photography: Yohan ZERDOUN
- Surface: 35 000 sqm, 4 800 sqm (new building)
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Article source: Yaroslav Galant
“Yaroslav Galant innovative design” studio has finished work on the project for football club “Grupo Desportivo Estoril Praia” (Portugal). The new dynamic structure has been constructed on a roof of already existing building.
“Clube 39” includes offices and the universal transformable space, which joins restaurant, training center, conference hall, museum and open terrace facing training fields.
Image Courtesy © Dima Kornilov
- Architects: Yaroslav Galant
- Project: Clube 39
- Location: Estoril, Portugal
- Photography: Dima Kornilov
- Architect in charge: Bogdan Vesna
- Designer/Decorator: Ilona Galant, Yaroslav Galant
- Area: 300m2
- Project Year: 2017
Sunday, March 26th, 2017
Article source: Paul Le Quernec / Architectes
The project consists in a new tennis hall building with three new covered tennis courts and and new club house including changing rooms, fitness room, office, restaurant and bar with wide covered terrace.
This tennis club design is directly inspired by people flow in and through the building, considered as tennis ball dynamic trajectories, flowing from point to point, from function to function.
Image Courtesy © 11h45
- Architects: Paul Le Quernec / Architectes
- Project: Tennis Club
- Location: Strasbourg, France
- Photography: 11h45
- Client: City of Strasbourg
- Commissioned Architect of the project: Paul Le Quernec
- Executor architects: Paul Le Quernec
- Structural Consultant: Batiserf
- Consultant specialized in fluides: Solares Bauen
- Construction economist: E3 Economie
Friday, March 24th, 2017
Article source: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos
The project builds on an existing building, with the need to extend the useful space and improve access from the promenade and the platform that surrounds it. Another premise of this project is to design a building that will become a landmark of the promenade of Portonovo, creating a singular and unique reference.
The platform on which the building sits is the end of the breakwater of Portonovo´s marina. It has an irregular shape in plan with a maximum length of 36.00m and a width of 16 m.
Image Courtesy © Mark Ritchie
- Architects: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos (Lucas Díaz Sierra, Gustavo Díaz García)
- Project: Nautical Sport Services Building of Portonovo
- Location: Portonovo, Sanxenxo, Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain
- Photography: Mark Ritchie
- Client: Ente Público Portos de Galicia. Consellería do Mar, Xunta de Galicia
- Area: 670 m²
- Date: 2008-2010
Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
Article source: Margot Krasojevic Architects
The ice skating rink is located on a natural lake in the Kamchatka peninsula, Russia. Kamchatka is positioned high in the mountains surrounded by volcanic terrain, nearby nature reserves, hot springs and scenic routes through the peninsula make the area popular with tourists and locals.
The lake is exposed to bright daylight with winter temperatures averaging 20 F, ensuring the lake stays frozen over the winter months, the ice rink uses photovoltaic cells to generate an electrical current in order to freeze the lake throughout the year or when needed for ice hockey tournaments, the rink is flooded from below the surface to keep it frozen and strengthen the ice. The project is multi-purpose, with an outdoor cinema and a natural geothermal spa, the design intends to reflect the fluid nature and ever changing state of the immediate environment. Geothermal turbines are also used to keep the lake at a frozen temperature and provide an energy source for the cinema. The precipitous mountain range has many natural hot springs and skiing ranges.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic Architects