* 자카르타 스타디움 [ Atelier Cosmas Gozali ] BMW International Stadium Competition proposal


땅의 영혼이 하늘과 만나는 장소
형태가 비정형인 것 만큼 컨셉도 재미 있네요. 이 땅이 가지고 있는 장소성을 반영하여 랜드마크를 강조하는
스타디움을 만들고자 했네요. 영혼들의 흔적? 물론 영혼은 형태가 없지요. 아마도 그래서 더 자유스러운
형태를 만들어 낼 수 있었지 않을까 싶네요. 영혼의 형태를 메탈재질을 이용하여 구현한 스타디움은
지어 진다면 정말 인상적인 스타디움이 될 것 같네요.
하지만 아쉽게도 3등안이라서 자카르타에서는 다른 스타디움을 보게 되겠죠 :)

Atelier Cosmas Gozali (Arya Cipta Graha) shared with us their proposal for the BMW International Stadium Competition in North , , for which they received 3rd Prize. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Architect: Atelier Cosmas Gozali (Arya Cipta Graha)
Location: Sunter, North ,
Design Team: Raymond Djohan, Novan Prayoga, Andika Purnama, Setya Kurniawan, Dwi Utomo Sahid, Yogi Diwangkoro, Dedy Erwansyah, Lufiansyah
Competition Year: 2009
Renderings: (Arya Cipta Graha)



A stadium designed to international standards, created as an icon of sports development as well as a landmark for the city of . A landmark, in this context, where the emphasis is on shaping the identity of the area, by manifesting its “spirit of place”. As a landmark, the stadium is designed taking into consideration:

Elements of the Spirit Ten symbolic tongues of flame reach out to touch the sky, representing the fiery energy of the spirit, all of them bound together by a ring as a symbol of friendship.

Environmental Friendliness The concept of a building that is uplifted from ground level, aiming to convey that it does not seek to harm the existing environment, and creating an open range of views towards the lake and the park.

A Future Orientation
The use of metal materials, irregularly arranged to display the dynamic tongues of flame, and effecting reflections of the light, which underscores their purpose. It also characterizes a singular design vision that leaps far into the future.

The Savor of Culture Traditional symbolic elements – such as the megamendung (raincloud) batik motif in the facade; the Minang-house arch of the main bridge of the stadium’s reception plaza; and the allusion to the headdresses of ondel-ondel (the giant puppet mascots of traditional Betawi festivals) in the binding ring of the stadium – are applied to let the building speak in a design language of symbols whose meanings people can directly sense – and whose essential value they will take part in realizing, and come to cherish, in the long term.


from  archdaily


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