Architects: Laurens & Loustau Architects Location: Toulouse (31), France Project Team: Marc Laurens, Pierre Loustau, Elsa Hiernaux, Joanne Pouzenc Client: S.A Cogemip, Région Midi-Pyrénées Engineer: Iosis Sud-Ouest Project Area: 1,493 sqm Project Year: 2006-2008 Photographs: Stéphane Chalmeau The building displayed is the new INP gymnasium, situated on the universuity campus of Toulouse-labège, ..
Our friends from CEBRA shared their recently awarded Sports Center design with us. The 3.5 m2 extension will incorporate handicap friendly solutions within a sports facility, as almost 50 % of the students attending Egmont High School experience some form of disability whether it be that they are blind, mentally challenged or an amputee. Entitled Kolden, the Danish world for ‘the globe’, the pro..
NBBJ, in collaboration and partnership with CCDI, have designed the Hangzhou Sports Park: A vibrant, pedestrian-centric sports and recreation development located in the midst of Hangzhou’s new urban environment. Situated on the Qian Tang riverfront opposite of the new Central Business District, and encompassing a site of approximately 400,000 square meters, the sports park is seen as an opportun..
Project name: Zamet Centre Program: Public, cultural, business, sport Location: B. Vidas Street, Zamet, Rijeka, Croatia Architect: 3LHD - Sasa Begovic, Tatjana Grozdanic Begovic, Marko Dabrovic, Silvije Novak, Paula Kukuljica, Zvonimir Marcic, Leon Lazaneo, Eugen Popovic, Nives Krsnik Rister, Andrea Vukojic Collaborators: Mateo Bilus, Building Physics / Details; Berislav Medic, UPI-2M, Structura..
NBBJ’s proposed design for the new Dalian Shide football stadium in China represents a new direction in sports architecture by moving away from the creation of a building based on pure form. The organic architecture of the building challenges the typical stadium typology to become more than an impressive skin wrapped around an ordinary seating bowl. Designed to emulate a garden, NBBJ’s Garden St..
PROJECT: WVOWS TYPE: Invited Competition CLIENT: H-Hagen Fastighets AB COLLABORATORS: AKT, Tyréns, Transsolar SIZE: 100.000 M2 LOCATION: Malmo, Sweden STATUS: 1st Prize Partner-in-Charge: Bjarke Ingels Project Leader: Nanna Gyldholm Moller Team: Gabrielle Nadeau, Daniel Sundlin, Jonas Barre, Nicklas Antoni Rasch, Jin Kyung Park, Fan Zhang, Steve Huang, Flavien Menu, Ken Aoki BIG, in collaboratio..
Dalian Football Stadium, Dalian, China, 2009 Client: Dalian City Bureau of Urban Planning, Location: Dalian, China Building surface: 38,500 m2 Building site: 144,000 m2 Capacity: 40,000 spectators Programme: Football stadium with two additional training grounds Status: Competition 1st prize Credits UNStudio: Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos, Astrid Piber with Nuno Almeida, Ger Gijzen and Cynthia Mar..
Architect: KOZ Architectes / Christophe Ouhayoun – Nicolas Ziesel Location: Saint-Cloud, France Project team: Ambrus Evva, François Kharatt Structural Engineers: EVP Ingénierie Contractor: Delta Fluides Acoustic Consultant: Delphi Acoustique Budget: $3.8M Euro Project Area: 1,600 sqm Project year: 2007-2009 Photographs: © Stephan Lucas Sports and Leisure Center in Saint-Cloud / KOZ Architectes f..
Bruce Ratner originally looked to Frank Gehry to design the Atlantic Yards’ basketball arena, a 22 acre development project in Brooklyn. Gehry’s scheme looked promising as the arena and surrounding buildings were carefully categorized in different zones and then reassembled to create “startling urban moments.” When Gehry was fired early in the summer and replaced by Kansas-based firm Ellerbe Bec..