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Olympic VeloPark London 2012, UK by Hopkins Architects

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Article source: Hopkins Architects

One of the four permanent venues on the Olympic Park, the Velodrome provides a venue for the indoor track cycling events at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Olympic VeloPark London 2012

  • Architects: Hopkins Architects
  • Project: Olympic VeloPark London 2012
  • Location: London, UK
  • Size: 21,700m2
  • Client: Olympic Delivery Authority


Athletic Ripples in India by Studio Symbiosis

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Article source: Studio Symbiosis

Athletic Ripples is a project from an India based practice Studio Symbiosis, with Principal Architects Amit Gupta and Britta Knobel Gupta.

Athletic Ripples


Floating OffShore Stadium 65 by stadiumconcept

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Article source: stadiumconcept

Unique – and not to be build on sand

Developed by the german architects stadiumconcept for the FIFA World Cup 2022 the Floating OffShore Stadium represents an extraordinary and ambitious concept – it can be regarded being the most sensational stadium solution since the emergence of modern sport arenas. The Floating OffShore Stadium is a swimming construction that can be relocated to seaside venues across the oceans.

Sea OffShore Stadium

  • Architect: stadiumconcept, Germany
  • Name of Project: Floating OffShore Stadium 65
  • Location: Worldwide
  • Principal & Designer: Peter Knoebel
  • Project Developement: arenaCom


Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona, Spain by Foster + Partners

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Article source: Foster + Partners

Home to FC Barcelona, Camp Nou Stadium is already the largest in Europe, with over 98,000 seats. The challenge of this project is to reinvent the existing stadium, enlarging it to accommodate 106,000 fans and provide greatly enhanced public areas and increased hospitality facilities. The project goes beyond a simple refurbishment to impact on the spirit of the place. El Barça is ‘more than a club’, and in that sense Camp Nou is ‘more than a stadium’: it is a symbol of the pride the fans feel for their team; a landmark for the city of Barcelona, and beyond that for the Catalan people.

Camp Nou Stadium

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: Camp Nou Stadium
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Client: FC Barclelona
  • Architect Team: Foster + Partners, Norman Foster, Mouzhan Majidi, Andy Bow, Alistair Lenczner, Angus Campbell, Carlo Negri
  • Ross Adams, Roman Auweck, Diana Osman, Uri Richer Atir, David Yang, Caroline Weill
  • Specialist Sports Advisors: AFL Architects


The New Holmenkollen Ski Jump in Oslo, Norway by JDS Architects designed using Rhino

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Article source: JDS Architects

The New Holmenkollen Ski Jump: A Perfomative Project

Project update on November 9, 2011: Holmenkollen Ski Jump Wins The Norwegian Steel Day Prize

Project update on September 22, 2011:

JDS Architects’ Holmenkollen Ski Jump has been announced as the winner of the 2011 ECCS Structural Steel Design Award today at the ECCS Congress in Postdam, Germany. The award recognizes outstanding design in steel construction emphasizing the many advantages of steel in construction, production, economy and architecture.

The European Steel Design Awards are given by the European Convention for Constructional Steelwork (ECCS) every two years to encourage the creative and outstanding use of steel in architecture and construction.

145 years ago the first Norwegian took off from a hill, catapulting himself to the sky, creating a sport that would spread all over the world and captivate millions. Today Oslo remains the undisputed capital of ski jumping, having had annual competitions at Holmenkollen since 1892, served the Olympics in 1952 and hosted several world championships. The Holmenkollen site has been the cradle of evolution in ski jumping and the facility was revisited and improved more than twenty times. Its building history represents a form of record or architectural fossil of the discipline’s progress.

Aerial View (Images Courtesy JDS Architects)

  • Architect: JDS Architects
  • Project: Ski Jump, Stadium, Renovation & Addition for World Championship 2011
  • Location: Oslo, Norway
  • Type: Open Competition, 1st Prize
  • Budget: Ca 700 mill. NOK (€ 87,3 million)
  • Client: Oslo Municipality
  • Collaborators: Norconsult, Grindaker, Metallplan, Intra
  • Status: Started 2008, Completion 2011
  • Photography: JDS Architects, Steven Wauters, MARCO BOELL, KAMILLA HESKJE, FELIX LUONG, Nikolaj Moeller
  • Software used: Rhino & Photoshop


Football Stadium FC Bate Borisov in Borisov, Belarus by OFIS Arhitekti

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

Based solutions arena stadium and surrounding territory, formed a desire to meet all UEFA requirements for stadiums 4-th category, the desire of the customer was to obtain additional land for commercial use (at least 3000 square meters). It was also an important factor that the building is located outside the city limits, the territory on all sides surrounded by pine plantations, with a flat topography. The result was the decision to have the stadium in a single, coherent volume, with the recommendations of «buttresses» the input of groups combined with the ticket offices. Bionic shape of the building, a new object relates to the natural environment, creating a memorable and iconic object symbol, new platform of urban activity in the bowl of the stadium and at venues around him.

Football Stadium FC Bate Borisov

  • Architects: OFIS Arhitekti
  • Project: Football Stadium FC Bate Borisov
  • Location: Borisov, Belarus
  • Construction: 2011
  • Completion: 2012
  • Program: Football stadium+ public program
  • Software used: AutoCAD and 3ds MAX


CONCURSO PUBLICO INTERNATIONAL in Aburrá Valley, Colombia by Giancarlo Mazzanti

Sunday, April 17th, 2011



6. Sports arenas + urban design proposal

IX Games Sports South American Medellín 2010 scenarios

Aerial View

  • Architect: Giancarlo Mazzanti
  • Location: Aburrá Valley, Colombia


East Village Stadium Masterplan in San Diego by DBRDS

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Lately, for various reasons, there has been constant instability and uncertainty that has impeded generating a sporting culture in San Diego where support for the home team is part of the urban and social fabric of the city. The idea of the San Diego Chargers leaving to another location (most possibly LA) created a somber feeling amongst their fans. With that thought, DBRDS wanted to explore an architectural solution for a new stadium downtown that would capture the imagination of the City, the fans & the Chargers to be inspired to want to stay & forever belong in San Diego… to become an iconic fabric of people’s in this great City.

Stadium at night

  • Architect: De Bartolo + Rimanic Design Studio (DBRDS)
  • Landscape Architect: McCullough Landscape Architecture
  • Renderings:. 3D renderings provided by Design Subcontracting Co.
  • Location: San Diego, CA
  • Software used: AutoCAD, 3ds MAX, Photoshop


Football Stadium and Multi -Purpose Sports Hall of the Sports Park Stozice in Ljubljana, Slovenia by SADAR + VUGA

Friday, February 25th, 2011


Sports Park Stožice is a hybrid project. Its realisation is the result of the public-private partnership between the city of Ljubljana and Grep development company. The 187,500sqm Sports Park Stožice combines a football stadium and a multi-purpose sports hall with a large shopping centre, which is covered by a recreational park landscape.

Sports center and stadium

Sports center and stadium

  • Architects: SADAR + VUGA (lead architect); KSS, London (consultant in sports architecture)
  • Landscape Architecture: AKKA, Ljubljana
  • Type: Leisure and Sport, Retail
  • Source: International open competition, 1997
  • Client: Ljubljana City Municipality, Grep
  • Site: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Site Area : 182.600,00m2
  • Building Area:
  • Stadium = 24.600,00m2,
  • Sports Hall = 14.100,00m2,
  • Park = 143.970,00m2


Can Ricart Sports Center in Barcelona, Spain by vora arquitectura

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

The can ricart council sports center is a building situated in a zone with a number of important developments in recent years with others pending. the complex is important for the revitalisation of the neighbourhood, which is historically a run-down area and also has to contribute to the integration of all social strata to the area through wellbeing and its use of sporting activities.

Can Ricart Sports Center

Can Ricart Sports Center

  • Architect: vora arquitectura
  • address: carrer sant oleguer 10, barcelona
  • surface area (including existing pavilion): 4.485 m2
  • surface area (new building): 2.655 m2
  • surface area (restoration): 1.830 m2
  • competition: 2000
  • project_v1: 2002-2003
  • project_v2: 2004
  • construction start: february 2005
  • construction completion: july 2006
  • project team: filipe araújo, ricardo borges (lisboa), arnau boronat, rubén heras, sónia bom, iñigo ribera, sónia gaspar (barcelona)
  • structure: manuel arguijo y asociados
  • services: grupo jg ingenieros consultores
  • building coordination architects: vora arquitectura (pere buil castells) i esteve roca pallàs
  • building technical architect (control execution): carles bima puig
  • promoter: foment de ciutat vella
  • constructor: acciona infraestructuras
  • fotografies: adrià goula sardà (more…)
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