Archive for the ‘Sports Hall’ Category
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
Article source: BIG
Following the completion of the Gammel Hellerup High School multi-purpose hall designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group in 2013, a new 1400 m2 building for cultural activities has been inaugurated by the school’s art and sports enthusiasts.
Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan
- Architects: BIG
- Project: Sports & Arts Expansion
- Location: Hellerup, Denmark
- Photography: Iwan Baan, Rasmus Hjortshoj, Jens Lindhe, Rasmus Hjortshoj
- CLIENT: GAMMEL HELLERUP HIGH SCHOOL
- SIZE: 2500 m2
- COLLABORATORS: EKJ, CG Jensen, Jens Lindhe, Rasmus Hjortshoj, Midconsult I Herning, Bent Nygaard Sørensen, Grontmij
- Multi-use Hall & Gymnasium
- Partners in Charge: Bjarke Ingels, Finn Nørkjær
- Project Leaders: Ole Schrøder, Ole Elkjær-Larsen, Frederik Lyng
- Team: Ana Merino, Anders Hjortnæs, Christian Alvarez, Dennis Rasmussen, Gül Ertekin, Henrick Poulsen, Hjalti Gestsson, Jan Magasanik, Jakob Lange, Jacob Thomsen, Jeppe Ecklon, Ji-young Yoon, Michael Schønemann, Narisara Schröder, Riccardo Mariano, Rune Hansen, Snorre Nash, Thomas Juul-Jensen, Vincent He, Xu Li
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Article source: archi5
The purpose here is to give a high school consistent with the city of Gisors. An institution rooted in a city of human scale and rich historical references. A city which kept his medieval past and his contemporary rural environment.
Historically the two high schools are adjacent, now closely linked by the administration and running, it is time to unite Louise Michel and Louis Aragon high schools.
Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia
- Architects: archi5
- Project: Gisors Louise Michel and Louis Aragon high schools
- Location: Gisors, France
- Photography: Sergio Grazia
- Program: Rehabilitation and extension of the high schools. Restaurant, student housings, sports hall.
- Environmental specifications: Low consumption building B Class
- Egis Centre ouest: Economist, engineer, structure, fluid, acoustic deisgner
- Kitchen engineer: BBN Conseils
- Surface: 19 150 m² refurbished. 6 400 m² of new buildings
- Cost: 24 451 497 € Excl. Tax.
- Timetable: Competition prize winner july 2010 – Completion 2015
Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
Article source: DICO și ȚIGĂNAȘ
Cluj – Napoca is a city of young people with 25% of its population studying in universities. Student life means also sports and the tradition is consistent. The new Multifunctional Sports Hall is the newest piece of public infrastructure for training, championships and cultural events, in a building conceived to be part of an ensemble together with Cluj Arena, the soccer and athletics stadium also designed by Dico and Tiganas and opened in 2011. Both objectives have generated new public spaces relating the Central Garden of the City with the river Some banks promenades, towards a Sports park and another public garden in a sequence of public spaces of almost 2 kilometers. The envelope of the building is a simple box including another box which contains the main hall, of 7.000 seats and up to 10.000 people for concerts. The facade is an assemblage of layers reflecting and transmitting the light into the foyers inside. The outer mask is mesh of parametrically distorted rectangles inspired by the nets used in several ball sports. The perforated steel plates are forming 3D pyramids reflecting the sky and the sun at every time in different angles and colored effects. The building has a permanent dialogue with the people from the street through the challenge to read the geometry of the facades, being the same time introverted. Inside the public will be guided by 4 thematic colors corresponding with the cardinals. The main hall is a stage and a backstage in the same time, bringing together the public and the performers in a black box with all equipments apparent but camouflaged. From shinning white with golden accents to dark grey and black ambiance, from outside to inside and backwards, architecture is built by light and colors.
Image Courtesy © Cosmin Dragomir
- Architects: DICO și ȚIGĂNAȘ
- Project: Multifunctional Sports Hall
- Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania
- Photography: Cosmin Dragomir
- Software used: AutoCad
- Year: 2011-2014
- Status: built
- Category: sport & leisure
- Area (sq): 38.500 sqm
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
Article source: SCAPE
The building, measuring 3,800m2, designed by the architectural studio SCAPE, is located at the southern end of ZAC (urban development zone) at Porte des Lilas, and has among its main objectives that of transforming the relationship between the city of Paris within the Boulevard Périphérique and the districts on the outside.
Image Courtesy © Francesco Mattuzzi
- Architects: SCAPE
- Project: Multi-purpose building
- Location: Rue Paul-Meurice, ZAC des Lilas, Paris (France)
- Photography: Francesco Mattuzzi
- Client: Ville de Paris, Direction du Patrimoine et de l’Architecture
- Energy performance: Plan Climat Ville de Paris (50kwh/m2)
- Project Data:
- Gross area: 3,800m2
- Gross floor surface: 3,186m2
Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
Article source: Waltritsch a+u
The heart of the small city of Ronchi dei Legionari is composed by a park with several public building in it. The project deals with the connection of two sport facilities: the Palasport (an indoor sport hall) and the Palaroller (a covered skate ring). Moreover it consist of the refurbishment and extension of the service wing of the Palasport. The existing structure will gain almost 200 m2 surface and all changing and service rooms will be transformed in compliance to the regulations. The extension will continue with a 200 m2 surface cantilevered canopy, allowing the skaters to make use of the Palasport facilities as well. It will also become a gathering point for the local youth, and a serve in summer when there are several events happening in the park.
Image Courtesy © Marco Covi
- Architects: waltritsch a+u
- Project: Filiput Sporthall
- Location: Ronchi dei Legionari, Italy
- Photography: Marco Covi, Trieste
- Program: Refurbishment and extension of the sport hall
- Data: Total built area 1.600 m2
- Team: Dimitri Waltritsch with Cecilia Morassi, Ilaria Sagrati
- Main contractor: ICI Coop Ronchi dei Legionari, Mucci lattonerie Gorizia
- Partnership: Bensa project management, Isaia Clemente structural engineer, Fabrizio Matiussi hvac, Paolo Tomasi electrical
Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
Article source: A4 Studio Ltd.
Designed by A4 Studio, their design proposal for the new facade for the Budapest Vasas Sports club, one of the oldest and most successful sports associations in Hungary, won the realistic dream project award in the Trimo Architectural Awards competition. The novelty of the planned façade is the plasticity of the manner in which the sports figures are represented. The basic system: the embossed Art Me TRIMO laminated panel. It souter appearance incorporates one single simulated gold metal surface (with varying hues of gold), a reference to the previous sports successes of the club. More images and architects’ description after the break.
Image Courtesy © A4 Studio Ltd.
- Architects: A4 Studio Ltd.
- Project: Vasas Sports Hall Facade
- Location: Budapest, Hungary
- Design Team: Géza Kendik, Zoltán Papp, Orsolya Maza
- Area: 1200 m2
- Year: 2012
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Article source: CEBRA
CEBRA has completed a public sports facility in the Danish town of Løgstør based on the office’s“Meccano concept” for unheated, low-cost and lightweight sports halls. The concept uses construction principles and elements otherwise known from industrial buildings and warehouses – that is standardised off-the-shelf components. The idea is that these simple elements can be refined and combined in new and surprising ways – just like the Meccano model construction system – in order to create architecturally appealing, accessibleand easily adaptable sports facilities, which are cheap to build and maintain. The concept has been developed in collaboration with LokaleogAnlægsfonden (the Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities).
Image Courtesy © CEBRA
- Architects: CEBRA
- Project: Løgstør sports hall
- Location: Løgstør, Denmark
- Software used: AutoCAD, Revit, Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
- Project size: 1.400 m² new building
- Year: 2012 – 2014
- Status: Completed
Saturday, May 17th, 2014
Article source: za bor architects
It is projected to locate the Tennis club on the 1.5 hectare area, on Istra riverside, in one of the most picturesque districts of Moscow Suburbs.
The project presumes, beside five open air courts, the creation of a large sports and recreational infrastructure incorporated in one vast complex.
Image Courtesy © za bor architects
- Architects: za bor architects (Peter Zaytsev, Arseniy Borisenko)
- Project: Istra Tennis Club
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Software used: 3Ds Max and ArchiCAD
- Site area: 1.5 Ha
- Apartments area: 6 080 sqm
- Built-on area: 4 890 sqm
- Building volume: 63 557 cbm
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Article source: HOFRICHTER-RITTER Architects
The three-section sports hall of BG/BORG Graz Liebenau – called BLUE BOX –should be seen asan additional modulewithin the whole complex of the existing sports and school building, which functions, however, as a free-standing building as a result of the strongidentity-forming effect of itsexternal appearance.
Image Courtesy © Christian Schellander and Karl Heinz Putz
- Architects: HOFRICHTER-RITTER Architects
- Project: BLUE BOX
- Location: Graz, Austria
- Photography: Christian Schellander and Karl Heinz Putz
- Area: about 4.000 m2, finished in April 2014
- Client: Bundesimmobilien GmbH
- General Planner: HOFRICHTER-RITTER Architects ZT GmbH, Graz
- DesignTeam: Gernot Ritter, Veronika Hofrichter-Ritter, Wolfgang Reicht, Franz Stiegler-Hameter
- Support structure planning: Peter Mandl ZT GmbH, Graz
Saturday, January 25th, 2014
Article source: AG5
AG5 in collaboration with Consulting engineers Jens Peter Madsen have designed a new 1.060m ² extension to Frederiksberg sports hall. The sports facilities are the home to the well-known handball and football clubs such as FIF, BK Ydun and FA2000.
The project is an extension to the existing sports complex and is conceived as the head of the snake in the story about the Little Prince (Le Petit Prince) where the narrator explains that, as a young boy, he once drew a picture of a boa constrictor with an elephant digesting in its stomach; however, every adult who saw the picture would mistakenly interpret it as a drawing of a hat. Whenever the narrator would try to correct this confusion, he was ultimately advised to set aside drawing and take up a more practical or mature hobby.
Image Courtesy © AG5
- Architects: AG5
- Project: Frederiksberg Halls
- Location: Danmark
- Software used: Bentley Architecture
- Status: Completed
- Client: FIU, Frederiksberg Idræts Union
- Engineer: Jens Peter Madsen, Consulting Engineers
- Year: Building start spring 2013
- Area: 1.060m²(incl.250m² terrace.)
- Software used: AECOsim Building Designer