Archive for the ‘Sports Complex’ Category
Friday, March 15th, 2013
Article source: René van Zuuk Architects bv
The municipality of Leiden was looking to replace the old sports facilities in Leiden with a new complex which would separate the youth football association from the Leiden sports company. The position and footprint of the pavilions was predetermined by Buro Sant and Co who were responsible for the urban design.
Image Courtesy René van Zuuk Architects bv
- Architects: René van Zuuk Architects bv
- Project: Two Sports Centers Boshuizerkade
- Location: Boshuizerkade, Leiden, The Netherlands
- Photographer: René van Zuuk Architects bv
- Client: Municipality of Leiden
- Program: Two Sportcenters
- Office: René van Zuuk Architects b.v., Almere / NL
- Design: René van Zuuk
- Design Team: Kersten Scheller, Peter Hagelaar, Wulf Oschwald, Javier Paz Taibo
- Structural engineer: ABT bv
- Building engineering : Technisch AdviesburoSanes bv
- Contractor : Huurman Leiden bv
- Floor area: 1.590 m²
- Built-up area: 824 m²
- Cubage: 5.030m³
- Building Costs: € 1.677.500,
- €/m³BRI: 333,50 €/m³
- Start of planning: 2009
- Completion: 2012
- Phases of planning: 2-9
Friday, February 22nd, 2013
Article source: AG5
AG5 won, in an invited competition, the commission to revitalize and extend Nørrebrohallen (previously tram sheds) i Copenhagen. In a close dialogue with the users of the sports facilities the centre expanded its programme to meet the needs of a broader range of guests. The main entrance is now aligned with the adjacent square, Superkilen, and became the centerpiece for the local district with new functions such as café, multifunctional zones and digital displays.
Image Courtesy Søren Nielsen
- Architects: AG5
- Project: Nørrebrohallen
- Location: Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Status: Completed
- Client: Copenhagen Council
- Engineer: Buro Happold
- Branding: Punktum Design
- Consultant: Antropologerne.com
- Budget: 15 mio. kr.
- Year: 2009 – 2012
- Software used: Bentley Microstation
Friday, October 5th, 2012
Article source: Aetrangere
AN URBAN BIOSCAPE
While society is becoming more complex, two social dynamics could have an enormous incidence in the way that public space will perform in the future. People have a growing concern about environmental matters while an increasing access to information in real time ( and to the mobile media technologies that make it possible) are defying the classical conception of public space, redefining our expectations and confronting it to evolving demands for a wide range of new social experiences.
Image Courtesy © Aetrangere
- Architects: Aetrangere
- Project: Seattle Center HUB (Hybrid Urban Bioscape)
- Location: Seattle Center, Seattle, USA
- Photo credit: Aetrangere
- Project Description: New main Public Space for Seattle Center
- Type: Open International Ideas Competition
- Client: Seattle Center Foundation
- Program: Public space, parking, open air performance area, football stadium, sustainable facilities, office, exhibition space, retail, green area, restaurant, café
- Site Area: 36 500 sqm
- Project Area: 10 000 sqm
- Scope: Architectural, Urban and Landscape Concept Design
- Project Year: 2012
- Project Leader: Mario Caceres
- Team: Mario Caceres, Architect and Urban Planner, Christian Canonico, Architect and Engineer
- Renderings: Inimagenable
Friday, September 21st, 2012
Article source: Jordi Herrero
Instead of the image of an hermetic pavilion, here the intention is to give continuity from the inside space to the outside one.
The building is implemented to bury the court and the locker rooms. The schema allows to go through, without visual barriers, from the park to the covered platform, to the stands, and finally descending to the court.
Image Courtesy Jaime Sicilia / arquipress
- Architects: Jordi Herrero Campo y Sebastián Escanellas Genovard
- Project: Sports Center Sa Indiotería
- Location: Calle Pare Francesc Bonafé, S/n, Palma de Mallorca
- State: built
- Total floor area: 2607 m2
- Use: Sports Center
- Property Developer: EMOP
- Master builder: Bartomeu Bauzá
- Estructures: Fenando Purroy Narvaiza
- Installations: PGDI
- Construction Company: Dragados S.A.
- Pictures: Jaime Sicilia / arquipress
Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
Article source: archi5prod associated with Tecnova
The project’s design and planning focus on a thorough understanding of the local context. The building responds to existing scales. Its location and architecture denote the space´s public nature and inject new life into the site. By taking surrounding public spaces into consideration when designing the project, we reinforced the notion that this building is a public facility, a landmark within the surrounding disorder. So as to allude to a mind’s eye view we asked ourselves how we could draw attention to the building without stirring up too much controversy.
Image Courtesy Thomas Jorion
- Architects: archi5prod associated with Tecnova
- Project: Multisports complex – Antony, France
- Location: Antony, France
- Photographer: Thomas Jorion
- Program: Construction of a multisports complex, multisports hall, dancing hall, martial arts hall, outside soccer ground, underground parking.
- Client: City of Antony.
- Surface: 3 989 m²
- Cost: 9 765 000 € Excl. Tax.
Friday, August 10th, 2012
Article source: Karlsson Wachenfeldt arkitekter AB
Uppsala is an expanding university town located north of Stockholm. Studenternas IP, a sports field with long traditions, is situated by the river Fyrisån in the very centre of the town within the park Stadsträdgården. The project is part of a major re-development of the south river area and includes housing, parks, sport facilities and infrastructure.
The location of the site is highly sensitive from a historical point of view, the scale and integrity of the surrounding park and river area must be preserved, also when introducing a large scale development. To the west the main Hospital of the region located, a large scale complex.
- Architects: Karlsson Wachenfeldt arkitekter AB
- Project: New Studenternas IP development
- Location: Uppsala, Sweden
- Design team: Mattias Karlsson, Maria Lundahl, Therese Wallström, Johan Rickardt
- Owner: Municipality of Uppsala
- Gross Area: Approx. 30 000m2
- Status: Proposal
Friday, August 3rd, 2012
Article source: ACXT Architects
The unifying element is a Great Red Curved Roof that shelters the sports that need to be covered, embrace those who are outdoors, and integrates and surrounded by recreational areas, leisure spaces, and attractive landscaped gardens.
Located on the outskirts and with an area of more than 13 hectares, the Project comprises two new football fields for 11-a-side and for 7-a-side, two indoor football pitches, two multipurpose covered courts, tennis courts, beach volleyball, paddle courts (indoor & outdoor), basketball and minibasketball courts, french boules, skating areas, pitch and putt, pools, Basque ball game (frontón), three playgrounds, athletics track ( eight streets) and a jogging path of two kilometers.
Image Courtesy David Rocaberti
- Architects: ACXT Architects
- Project: Xátiva Sport City
- Location: Xátiva, Valencia, Spain
- Site Area : 150.000㎡
- Bldg. Area: 10.750㎡
- Gross Floor Area : 12.500 ㎡
- Bldg. Coverage Ratio : 1.222 %
- Gross Floor Ratio : 0,085 %
- Bldg. Scale : 2 Stories above Ground (firs story 10.200 m2, second story 1.300 m2), there aren´t Stories below Ground .
Thursday, July 26th, 2012
Article source: GANA Arquitectura
On numerous occasions architecture is the result of the negotiation conducted between key interlocutors (in this case, the architects and proposals) and the different types of space involved: the original space to act on, the determining and judging outer space, and especially, the new space to be generated.
Image Courtesy Jesús Granada
- Architects: GANA Arquitectura
- Project: Rooms and Sports Facilities in a Park
- Location: María Zambrano Park, Vélez-Málaga, Spain.
- Design team: Antonio Galisteo, Álvaro Fernández Navarro
- Project year: 2011
- Project Area: 1.897,61 m2
- Photographs: Jesús Granada (more…)
Sunday, July 8th, 2012
Article source: Agence a/LTA Architectes Urbanistes
Out in front of the Maison des Hommes et des Techniques, this basketball tree offers a new type of sports equipment that can be used by just about anybody! Upon first glance, it’s clear how different people can play simultaneously. Basketball hoops branch out of different parts of a tree at varying heights allowing for multiple teams of different ages to play.
Image Courtesy S. Chalmeau + a/LTA
- Architects: Agence a/LTA Architectes Urbanistes
- Project: Arbre a Basket
- Location: Esplanade des Ateliers et Chantiers_Nantes (44), France
- Client : Lieu Unique
- Production : Playground / Le Voyage A Nantes
- Commissaire d’exposition: Rafaël Magrou + Patricia Buck
- Date : 15 Juin 2012 (ouverture au public)
- Team: a_LTA le trionnaire (x2) – tassot – le chapelain architectes + EVEN (BET STRUCTURE)
- Enterprises: martysports + Angevin Donada (Gros Œuvre) + Kangourou Services (marquage au sol)
- Photography: copyrights S. Chalmeau + a/LTA
Saturday, July 7th, 2012
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.
Image Courtesy JPI architektai
- Architects: Laura Amankavičiūtė, Ramūnas Grubinskas, Lilija Putnienė, Vytautas Putna
- Project: Sports fitness and leisure complex in Jonava
- Location: Jonava,Lithuania
- Software used: Autocad and DraftSight