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Cameron Centre – HVGS in NSW, Australia by Bourne Blue Architecture

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

Article source: Bourne Blue Architecture

This building is a multi purpose hall, built for Hunter Valley Grammar School in NSW, Australia. The brief was for a building that contained 2 basketball courts, a stage, a commercial kitchen, a foyer for functions, 5 classrooms, a gym and all the associated services. The building also had to be able to seat 1000 students for school assemblies.

Cameron Centre - HVGS


Monconseil Sport Hall in Paris, France by Explorations architecture + Integrale 4 engineers

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

Article source: Explorations architecture + Integrale 4 engineers

Explorations architecture has just completed the Monconseil sports hall in Tours, 150km southwest of Paris. This public building is exemplary of Explorations’ approach to sustainable design. The project emphasis is on natural light, the innovative use of natural materials and renewable energy:

  1. The northern facade is fully glazed in order to avoid the use of electrical lighting in the main hall.
  2. The composite suspended timber/steel roof spans close to 50m to allow for future uses.
  3. The southern facade is clad with a photovoltaic “brise-soleil” in order to reduce energy consumption from the grid.


Night View (Images Courtesy Michel Denancé)

  • Architect: Explorations architecture + Integrale 4 engineers
  • Name of Project: Monconseil Sport Hall
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Credits
    • All drawings copyright: Explorations architecture
    • All photos copyright: Michel Denancé


Sport Hall Annex Landheim Brüttisellen in Riedtstrasse, Bassersdorf-Baltenswil by L3P Architekten ETH FH SIA AG

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

Article source: L3P Architekten ETH FH SIA  AG

Thirty-two socially challenged youths live in the occupational training home in Brüttisellen where they also must spend their leisure time. The range of leisure time activities has been increased through the development of the 5/10/5 metre sport hall annex and the two adjoining fitness studios. Through the double use of existing adjoining rooms, the volume of the new building has been coupled with the main building.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Sabrina Scheja, Heerbrugg)

  • Architecture: L3P Architekten ETH FH SIA  AG
  • Name of Project: Sport Hall Annex Landheim Brüttisellen
  • Location: Riedtstrasse 9, 8303 Bassersdorf-Baltenswil
  • Object Description: Anbau Sporthalle Landheim Brüttisellen
  • Construction: Caspar-Appenzeller-Stiftung, Neue Winterthurerstrasse 40, 8303 Bassersdorf-Baltenswil
  • Photography: Sabrina Scheja, Heerbrugg


Research & Sports Hall of Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany by Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten (designed using ArchiCAD)

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Article source: Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten

A research facility in energy-efficient construction

In 2009 the Ed. Züblin AG, with the concept of Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten, was able to obtain the competing award procedure for the construction of a research-coliseum for Humboldt University Berlin.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Rainer Gollmer)

  • Architect: Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten
  • Name of Project: Research & Sports Hall of Humboldt University
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Photographs: Rainer Gollmer
  • Awarding authority: Humboldt University Berlin
  • Contractor: Ed. Züblin AG
  • Software used: Graphisoft ArchiCAD


Double Sports Hall in Bielefeld-Ubbedissen by Architekten Wannenmacher + Möller GmbH designed using ArchiCAD and 3DSMax

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Article source: Architekten Wannenmacher + Möller GmbH

A new sports hall was to be constructed at the primary school in the district of Ubbedissen in Bielefeld because the old hall had not been consistent with modern requirements for a long time and also displayed great investment deficit. Besides the school the new hall was also intended for use by sports clubs so that it would enjoy better utilization. The new sports hall was to be built on fallow land near to the school that borders directly onto the existing sports fields.

Front Elevation


Vallehermoso Sports Centre in Madrid, Spain by ABM arquitectos

Saturday, August 6th, 2011

Article source: ABM arquitectos

The site is located in a central area of Madrid, in the district of Chamberí. In this same place, until just a few years ago was located the Vallehermoso Stadium complex. Built in the 50’s, this complex included the locally famous athletics stadium and a number of complementary sports facilities. The installation closed to the public in 2007 and was demolished in 2008. Since then, the Town Hall is planning the construction of a new Sports Center (that is starting to become a reality after the selection of this project as the design winner) and a new athletics stadium that will be developed later on. The construction of the new Vallehermoso Sports Centre will start in 2012. It will be a gentle building in its architectural expression; it will embrace the city and it will interact with it creating a meeting point and an activity focus.

Night Street View

  • Architect: ABM arquitectos
  • Name of Project: Vallehermoso Sports Centre
  • Location: Madrid, Spain


Landsbyhuset in Gyrstinge, Denmark by Cebra Architect

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Article source: Cebra Architect

The landsbyhuset in Gyrstinge is an attractor in a small community – a magnet for sports and social activity. Since it is a facility for the whole village, it is intended as a visual symbol that can be a part of a common consciousness. Thus the building should be a kind of magnet – a center that sucks up activity and functions from the surroundings to become a lively hot spot for the village.

Exterior View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

  • Architect: Cebra Architect
  • Project: Landsbyhuset – Common facility house
  • Location: Gyrstinge Bygade, Gyrstinge, Denmark
  • År: Opført 2010
  • Størrelse: 600 m2
  • Budget: DKK. 17 mio. kr. ekskl. moms


TNW: Tulip by NL Architect

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Article source: NL Architect

Turnaccommodatie Nieuw Welgelegen is a sports hall dedicated to gymnastics; it will not be used for any other sports. Four individual gymnastics clubs combine efforts in this new facility. TNW is the 3rd and probably last building in the redevelopment of a sports complex in the center of Utrecht. Soccer ‘temple’ Zwaluwen Utrecht 1911 was already completed in 2006 and a supersized ‘multifunctional accommodation’, a school combined with sports facilities, will open soon.

TNW Gym Hall

  • Architects: NL Architect
  • Project: TNW: Tulip
  • Competition: 1st Prize
  • Client: Dienst Maatschappelijke Ontwikkeling Gemeente Utrecht
  • Team: Bobby de Graaf, Sarah Möller, Michael Schoner, Rebecca Eng, Joanna Janota, Jeong Jun Song
  • Jury: Margitt Meininger, Remon van Dijk, Erik Rossen, Anja Dirks, Annalies van Zoeren
  • Competitors: Architectuurbureau Sluijmer en van Leeuwen, NEXT Architects / Mulders vandenBerk Architecten, noordwestzes architecten en ontwerpers, VenhoevenCS GROUP A


Lycée Alphonse Daudet in Tarascon, France by Christophe Gulizzi Architect

Sunday, May 1st, 2011

The double extension of the Alphonse Daudet Lycée in Tarascon raises the question of responsibility when building on a remarkable site
– Lycée built in 1933 by Gaston Castel (Grand Prix de Rome), listed as a historical monument;
– Kilmaine barracks, site listed as a historical monument, built in 1718, by the architect Desfour.

Lycée Alphonse Daudet

  • Architects: Christophe Gulizzi Architect
  • Project: Lycée Alphonse Daudet
  • Location: Tarascon, France
  • Contractor : PACA Region, Michel Vauzelle.
  • Delegate contractor: AREA PACA, Louis Pesanti.


China National Tennis Center in Beijing, China by Atelier 11

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Specially designed for the country’s most prestigious tennis game – China Open, the new China National Tennis Center is located in the Beijing Olympic Zone. As a last addition to the group of national stadiums built before the 2008 Olympic Games, the Center will become Beijing’s largest stadium for tennis games with its state-of-art facilities after the completion in June 2011.

Rendered Night View

  • Name of Project: China National Tennis Center
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Design Director: Xu Lei
  • Design Team: Ding Liqun, Gao Qinglei, Liu Heng, An Peng
  • Construction Drawing: Xu Lei, An Peng, Gao Qinglei, Ding Liqun, Li Lei, Liu Heng, Zhu Yin, Jin Ding
  • Construction Period: 2009-2011
  • Site Area:170,020 sqm
  • Construction Area: 51,199 sqm
  • Client: Beijing Shi Ao Co., Ltd.



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