Archive for the ‘Sports Complex’ Category
Wednesday, March 18th, 2015
Article source: Cayuela Marqués Architects
The project is a supporting building for expanding sports facilities located in Island of Cartuja. The new facility, designed to accommodate new changing rooms, gym, cafeteria, restaurant and social club, aims to organize and characterize the whole complex, as a hinge element between the different programs of the complex. The result is an elongated prism from which a body emerges pointing to the Olympic Stadium and rugby fields, generating an enclosed garden that provides orientation. This space, that the cafeteria and the gym overlook on the ground floor, is destined to become a social scene, a meeting point for athletes and visitors.
Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada
- Architects: Cayuela Marqués Architects
- Project: SPORTS FACILITY IN THE ISLAND OF LA CARTUJA
- Location: Isla de la Cartuja, Seville
- Photography: Jesús Granada
- Software used: AutoCAD, Cypecad
- Client: Consejería de Turismo, Comercio y Deporte. Junta de Andalucía
- Area: 2.830 sqm
- Year: April 2011
- Architects in charge: María Cayuela, Paco Marqués
- Collaborators: Lucas García Vacas
- Structure: Alejandro Cabanas Rodríguez
- Quantity Surveyor: Roberto Alés Méndez
Thursday, March 5th, 2015
Article source: Atrium studio
Barkli Park is a residential complex with sport-center of Moscow Committee of Sport. It is situated in the neighborhood built mostly in soviet period, but on the border of the historical park named Ekaterininsky. There was a small sport-school on the site previously, so the developer had to compensate spaces for it in a new building. It means that architects had two clients on the same plot.
Image Courtesy © Yury Palmin
- Architects: Atrium studio
- Project: Barkli Park
- Location: Russia, Moscow, Sovetskoi Armii str, 6
- Photography: Pavel Iovik, Ilya Egorkin, Yury Palmin, Ilya Ivanov
- Site area: 0,7645 ha
- Building area: 2975 sq.m.
- Total area: 42186 sq.m. (sport block: 6000 sq.m. + dwelling: 15109 sq.m. + other 445 sq.m)
- Architects Team: Anton Nadtochiy, Vera Butko, Georgiy Miroshnichenko, Alexander Malygin, Anna Alenicheva, Anastasia Mikheeva, Roman Kuzmin, Elena Valuiskikh
- Structural engineers: Alexey Kalashnikov, Kostas Layos, Julia Akimova
Tuesday, February 10th, 2015
Article source: Javier Mosquera González
Gymnasium = Gymnasion
In ancient Greece, the Gymnasium was used to practice exercise, as a public bath, as a center for studies and as a common place for philosophers. The main idea of this project is to create a meeting place for the citizens. The building is configures into several exterior and interior areas where coexistence happens in a natural way. The project is divided into three parts, the first one, exterior, with a horizontal area ready to hold open air events. The second one defined as daily sports facilities, and the third one understood as the multipurpose gymnasium and spectators area, conceived as an area around the courts and directly linked to the park on the east side of the plot. The last part is the area with the common facilities such as dressing rooms, cafeteria and offices, all of them organized around those three main areas, ensuring the proper functioning of the building.
Image Courtesy © Javier Mosquera González
- Architects: Javier Mosquera González
- Project: Dalsein citizen’s Gymnasium
- Location: Daegu, South Korea
- Area: 4’435sqm
- Budget: 10.000.000 $
- Year: 2014
- Client: DACC
Saturday, February 7th, 2015
Article source: Pedro Reis Architect
A serene and integrated learning experience within the dynamic life of a sports campus.
Located on the outskirts of the ancient village of Melgaço, on the northern border between Portugal and Spain, the new Sports University Building offers a serene and integrated learning atmosphere within the dynamic nature of a sports campus.
Image Courtesy © José Campos
- Architects: Pedro Reis Architect
- Project: Melgaço Sports School Monte Prado
- Location: Melgaço, Viana do Castelo, Portugal
- Photography: José Campos
- Software used: Autocad
- Client: Câmara Munícipal de Melgaço – Melgaço Municipality
- Collaboration: Nicola Tuan, Elisa Pegorin, Luis Ribeiro, Isabel Azevedo, Tiago Tomas, Ricardo Lima
- Project: 2009-2011
- Construction: 2011-2014
- Structural Engeneering: ARA – Alves Rodrigues & Associados, Lda
- Specialist consultants: ACRIBIA – Projectos e Desenho Técnico, Lda
- Landscape design: Global2 – Inês Norton
- Gross floor area: 5050 m2
Thursday, December 18th, 2014
Article source: KADARIK TÜÜR ARHITEKTID
The sports complex is situated in a former Soviet residential area – Lasnamäe – and is one of the first buildings that is intended to revitalize the area.
Image Courtesy © Kaido Haagen, Ott Kadarik
- Architects: KADARIK TÜÜR ARHITEKTID
- Project: Tallinn Arena
- Location: Tallinn, Estonia
- Photography: Kaido Haagen, Ott Kadarik
- Client: Tallinna Noorsooamet
- Structural design: Civen Oü, EA Reng As
- Builder: Merko Ehitus Eesti AS
- Gross useable floor space: 21 000 m²
- Lot size: 5,6 ha
- Start of work: 2012
- Completion of work: 2014
- Structure in: Concrete
- Floor: Concrete
- Walls surfaces: Concrete
Saturday, November 15th, 2014
Article source: GANA Arquitectura
This project arises from the rehabilitation process created in order to revalue some of the sports facilities at Fernando Ruiz Hierro Complex that had been abandoned and, thus, to improve the entire complex. The project area includes an old outdoor swimming pool, a football ground, the existing padel courts and the surrounding area.
Image Courtesy © Blanca Green
- Architects: GANA Arquitectura, Antonio Galisteo, Alvaro Fernandez Navarro
- Project: REHABILITATION OF FERNANDO HIERRO SPORTS FACILITY
- Location: Fernando Ruiz Hierro Municipal Sports Facilities, Vélez-Málaga, Spain
- Photography: Blanca Green
- Collaborators: Guillermo Mateos Frutos. Arquitecto Técnico, Juan Francisco Mata Díaz. Estructuras, Antonio de la Herranz. Instalaciones Francisco Jesús Camacho Gómez. Arquitecto Claudia Muñoz Núñez. Arquitecto Alejandro Reina López. Arquitecto
- Project Year: 2013
- Project Area: 270,15 m2 (building) + 10.662,81 m2 (sport facilities)
Thursday, May 29th, 2014
Article source: SANCHO-MADRIDEJOS ARCHITECTURE OFFICE
This design for a sports complex and an indoor swimming pool is the third in a series of sports projects that follow a common thread of operations around an initial concept of ‘constructing the void’, in resonance with the concept of the void in the plastic world constructed at the end of the 20th century.
Image Courtesy © SANCHO-MADRIDEJOS ARCHITECTURE OFFICE
Saturday, May 24th, 2014
Article source: Atelier PRO
Atelier PRO designed the new sports complex Bosbadhal in Emmeloord with an outspoken, sporty character, bringing cohesion between the outdated sports centre and swimming pool with several new functions. New additions include a large sports centre and lobby, the latter bringing structure to the various sports facilities. The most important intervention was to provide the old sports centre and new additions with one continuous façade, thereby connecting the mismatching facades and outdated architecture. In this way, the separate buildings become transformed into one sculpture.
Image Courtesy © Dirk Verwoerd
- Architects: Atelier PRO (Dorte Kristensen and Menno Roefs)
- Project: Bosbadhal
- Location: Boslaan, Emmeloord
- Photography: Dirk Verwoerd
- Size: 7.579 m² (5,243 m²Construction and 2,197 m² renovation)
- Assignment: 2010
- Design periode: 2010-mei 2012
- Construction periode: June 2012-August 2013
- Client: Gemeente Noordoostpolder
- Interior architect: Susan Vlemminx
- Project leader: Hans TakDesign teamAllard de Goeij, John KoksSite supervisionHans Tak General contractorAannemingsbedrijf Draisma
- Total building Costs: € 6,248,000,- (All amounts excluding vat, remunerations, costs of the land, layout, connecting costs; inclusive risk of price increases, wages, materials, delivery a price level).
Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
Article source: Team of University of Nottingham
This design research was undertaken as a part of Master’s programme in Sustainable Tall Buildings at the University of Nottingham, which is also accredited to CTBUH ( Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat)- Chicago.
Recent years have seen unprecedented growth in the construction of tall buildings, with more, and taller, skyscrapers being constructed than at any other time in history.
- Project: “Sports in the Sky” towers
- Location: Singapore, Asia
- Team: Khushboo Bansal, Harsh Varshneya & Sanjiv Saini
- Tutors: Philip Oldfield, David-Nicolson Cole
Monday, April 7th, 2014
Article source: Frigerio Design Group
The project provides a new vision of sports and environment. It combines youth education and growth with Spezia Calcio’s athletic needs, always respecting the context and the local resources.
The renovation of the sports center “Ferdeghini”, with minimal building’s footprint, high energetical efficiency and sensorial comfort, designed to become the “home” of the youth sector of the historic Company Spezia Calcio.
Image Courtesy © Enrico Cano
- Architects: Frigerio Design Group
- Project: New tribune and locker rooms for the Ferdeghini sport complex
- Location: La Spezia, Italy
- Photography: Enrico Cano
- Date and place: 2012-13, La Spezia, Italia
- Client: Spezia Calcio srl
- Surfaces: lot 30.000 sq m; building 2700 sq m; seats 440 posti; parkings 4000 sq m; soccer fields 9000 sqm
- Design team: E. Frigerio con D. Galletti (project leader), D. Bona, E. Masala, M. Torrigiani, M. Russotto, F. Valido e C. Ginocchio.
- Structures: I Quadro Ingegneria L. Romano, S. Migliaro con C. Dotti
- Systems: Politecnica M. Gusso e F. Frassinetti
- Construction firm: Delucchi SaS
- Concrete structures: CSP prefabbricati SPA
- Steel structures: Metallica S.r.l.
- Wall and roof cladding: Steel Pool Cantieri S.r.l.
- Elettrical installation: S.EL. Servizi Elettrotecnici S.r.l.
- Mechanical systems: Idraulica FERLA Multiservice
- Locker rooms forniture: Ges group s.r.l.
- Tribune seats: OMSI s.r.l.
- Signboard: Neon Ares s.a.s
- Design and bar forniture: COSTA GROUP S.r.l.