Archive for the ‘Sports Complex’ Category
Thursday, April 26th, 2012
Article source: David tajchman
Tenniscalator is a proposal for a new tennis centre in Vaxjo, Sweden. Made entirely out of wood it spans an area of 9000 m2. The site chosen for the project is large enough to welcome a one level tennis complex programme. However, a quick analysis of the areas shows the possibility of concentrating everything in almost 10% of the plot area. this concentration in the northern part of the parcel allows the development of a 13652 square meters landscape facing the future built developments. Layering tennis courts is aimed to give a landmark character to the proposal. The wooden totem reaches a height of 58 meters. Not too high, nor too flat, this iconic piece of wood is now visible from far, easy to recognize, easier to identify the neighbourhood.
Building compact permits environmental advantages such as economies of energies and displacements. Heating, ventilation, water, gas and electricity networks are shorter in a vertical setting then in the horizontal one.
Image Courtesy david tajchman
Saturday, April 21st, 2012
Article source: Estudio de Arquitectura NAOS
The Complex in Barreiro has been designed for recreational and sporting use, besides being a leisure and aquatic centre. It has three swimming pools: one with 6 lanes of 25 metres in length, a swimming pool of learning and other one with water beds, Jacuzzi and massage jets. What particularity stands out is its large central space linked to the sports activities and it’s a glass prism with maximum use of natural light and allows the best ventilation of the spaces.
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012
Article source: NAOS Architecture
The location of the Sport Complex and Swimming Center in La Florida, Vigo, was a challenge because it was in a empty space of a built block, with a very high slope. So, the superior level stayed and the building was constructed below this level and it develops the functional program semi-buried. Therefore, on top of the building, was projected a public square and the slope of the terrain.
Images Courtesy of Héctor Santos-Díez
- ARCHITECT: NAOS ARCHITECTURE (SANTIAGO GONZÁLEZ & MIGUEL PORRAS, ARCHITECTS)
- PROJECT NAME: SPORT COMPLEX AND SWIMMING CENTER IN LA FLORIDA, VIGO
- LOCATION: VIGO, SPAIN
- COMPLETION DATE: 2010
- PHOTOGRAPHER: HÉCTOR SANTOS-DIEZ, MÀIS QUE AUGA
- SITE AREA (FLOOR AREA): 4.689 m²
- CONSTRUCTION AREA: 4.742 m²
- ESTRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: E3 ARQUITECTOS
- INSTALLATIONS ENGINEERING: DAVISA INGENIERÍA
- Software used: AUTOCAD and 3DMAX
Sunday, March 25th, 2012
Article source: Wiel Arets Architects
Situated in the Leidsche Rijn, a newly built housing district within the periphery of Utrecht, the Sports Campus aims to contribute a public and rather iconographic aspect to the predominantly low-rise area, lacking points of recognition. Two schools, divided up into four wings, stretched out onto the boundaries of the terrain, are organized around a centrally positioned volume containing the shared facilities.
Sport College Leidsche Rijn
- Architects: Wiel Arets Architects
- Project: Sport College
- Location: Leidsche Rijn, Utrecht, The Netherlands
- Function: secondary school, sport
- Contributed by: Bjorn Utpott
- Completion: 2006
- Floor area/size: 19107 m2
- Client: Sport College LR + VN Leidsche Rijn
Wednesday, March 7th, 2012
Article source: Erik Moederscheim
After a selection is MoederscheimMoonen Architects chosen as the design agency that provides for the new home of two football development in the Park Zestienhoven Rotterdam. Zestienhoven Park includes more than 1800 luxury homes located next to Rotterdam Airport and close to the existing park area within the new plan will be developed.
- ARCHITECT: Erik Moederscheim – MoederscheimMoonen Architects
- NAME OF PROJECT: Sportspavilion Zestienhoven-Rotterdam
- LOCATION: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- CONTRACT: New build sports 16Hoven, Rotterdam
- FEATURES: Catering (canteens), board rooms, changing facilities, storage, terrace
- CLIENT: Sports and Recreation Department and Housing & Urban Development Department, City of Rotterdam
Wednesday, February 15th, 2012
Article source: JGMA
Opened in September 2011, this is the first link of a soccer-focused master plan developed by United Neighborhood Organization (UNO). The innovative design and school program take on a new and progressive approach to education.
Overall view looking Northeast towards the main entry
- Architects: JGMA
- Project: UNO Elementary School Soccer Academy
- Location: Chicago, Illinois
- Completion Date: September 2011
- Owner:United Neighborhood Organization (UNO)
- Design Team: Juan Gabriel Moreno, Cosmin Vrajitoru, Jason Nuttelman, John Rausch, David Ruffing, Linda Chavez, Michael Cady
Tuesday, February 14th, 2012
Article source: Mamen Domingo and Ernest Ferré, architects
The word “polilleuger” arises from a proposal to conduct a sports facility with the idea of sustainability and low maintenance. We must rethink the architecture, like so many other things in society. This was the idea of this equipment. Leveraging the existing soil. Give more use to the sports that schools use very few hours a day.
Tuesday, January 31st, 2012
Article source: SGL Projekt s.r.o.
In 2006 we were asked to design the revitalization of a farmstead for congress, company presentation, holding of corporate events and leisure activities. For this purpose our client bought 19th century farmstead located at a large pound. The farmstead included a distillery with it’s chimney. From 1926 there have lived storks on the chimney. It became the main reason for buying this farm.
Riding arena (Images Courtesy Jaroslav Malý and SGL Projekt)
- Architect: SGL Projekt s.r.o.
- Name of Project: The Stork Nest Farm
- Location: Dvůr Semtín, Olbramovice, Czech Republic
- Client / Developer: Farma Čapí hnízdo, a.s.
- International award: World Architecture Festival 2011, Barcelona – Shortlisted
- Category: Sports (Sports hall)
Sunday, January 15th, 2012
Article source: Saucier + Perrotte & Hughes Condon Marler Architects
The Mayor of Montréal, Gérald Tremblay, today unveiled the winning project in the architecture competition for the new indoor soccer centre at the Saint-Michel Environmental Complex (SMEC). The jury has chosen the concept developed by Saucier + Perrotte / Hughes Condon Marler Architects from among the four submitted by the finalist firms.
SMEC soccer centre
Friday, December 16th, 2011
Article source: Joly & Loriet
MAIN BUILDING AND EXTERIOR SPACES
Horse, display, prestige, arena, track, course, circuit, jumps, hillocks, slopes and mounds, terraces. Nature, forest, pine and birch, footpaths, walks across heathered heathland, plains, forest edge, clearings, grasses and wildflowers, banks, coppice.
Such is the vocabulary that inspires this project. Words relating to equestrianism, landscape, and this exceptional location at the heart of the forest of Fontainebleau.
Image Courtesy Michel Denancé
- Architects: Joly&Loiret Agence d’Architecture
- Project: Le Grand Stade
- Location: Fontainebleau, France
- COMMISSION: OPEN COMPETITION.
- CLIENT: COMMUNAUTE DE COMMUNES FONTAINEBLEAU-AVON
- AREA: 2 000 M² + 25 H LANDSCAPING
- VALUE: 9.3 M€ (inc. terraces and landscaping)
- DATE: CONTRACT AWARDED JUNE 2007
- COMPLETION: 2012 (PHASES)
- DESIGN TEAM: JOLY&LOIRET (ARCHITECT) with EVP (STRUCTURES), ALTO (ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT), FORGUE (QUANTITY SURVEYOR) MAP (LANDSCAPE), URBATEC (CIVIL ENGINEER)