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Pegan Petkovšek - National Gymnastics Centre in Ljubljana, Slovenia Print E-mail
Friday, 22 July 2011 06:13

enota-pegan-petkovsek-01The National Gymnastics Centre Pegan Petkovšek is part of the comprehensive renovation of Svoboda Sports Park in Ljubljana. It is the first of the three sports halls that are to be built on the western edge of a belt between an access street on one side and a large greened park layout with sports grounds on the other. The building of the gymnastics centre is placed on the northernmost part of this belt.

The northern and western edge of the building reference the building line regulated by the spatial acts, which also stipulate the greatest built ratio and the height of the building. The strict urbanistic regulations necessitate a very compact design that allows for little deviation.

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Ofis Arhitekti - Stadium in Borisov, Belarus Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 November 2010 06:38
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Interesting project from Ofis Arhitekti in Borisov, Belarus. Construction for this Football (Soccer) stadium will be starting at the end of this year and the opening is expected in 2012, when the City of Borisov celebrates a significant anniversary.
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 May 2011 11:08
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C. F. Møller Architects - Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall in Aarhus, Denmark Print E-mail
Friday, 18 June 2010 08:30


The children of Aarhus now have a unique hall to romp in. Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall, designed by C. F. Møller Architects, combines the best of the sports hall and playground and is the only one of its kind in Denmark - probably worldwide.
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The Motor Skills Hall is an extension of the Aarhus Gymnastics and Trampoline Hall. The idea of the approximately 1.200 m2 of activity landscape is to invite and motivate children aged three to ten to develop motor skills while having fun playing. Possible future users of the hall are sporting associations, schools, youth centres, kindergartens, families etc.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 November 2010 16:15
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A look at the Richmond Olympic Oval in BC, by Cannon Design Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 January 2010 00:00

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The Richmond Olympic Oval is major venue of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Conceived by Cannon Design to be one of the world’s largest speed-skating facilities, the Oval displays a massive wood wave roof encompassing 6.5 acres. This innovative roof system is one of the longest clear spans in North America, and built almost entirely from wood.

The building is mainly composed of a 33,000-m2 oval. For the 2010 Olympic Games, It will house a 400-metre speed skating track with a capacity for approximately 8,000 guests. After the Games, the facility will be converted to multipurpose sports use. The main sports hall will become an indoor activity area divided into three sections: ice, court and track and field. The ice section will have two ice rinks.

The court section will be a combination hardwood and rubber surface playing area capable of hosting a wide variety of sports, while the track and field section will have a rubberized turf surface that will be home to an indoor running track and other sports. The space will be convertible to different configurations that allow the facility to be used for a combination of ice and dry sports as demand warrants, including occasional reconfiguration for major short track and long track speed skating events.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 May 2010 11:26
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KOZ architectes - Sport and leisure Center in Saint-Cloud, France Print E-mail
Monday, 19 October 2009 07:00

An appealing, totemic building that you sense is designed for festive celebrations and young people, and that you might expect to find in Rotterdam rather than the uber bourgeois St-Cloud neighborhoods. Even if it is only 300 meters away from OMA’s Villa Dalll’Ava.
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Last Updated on Saturday, 09 January 2010 10:46
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NBBJ's Innovative Proposal for Stadium in Dalian, China Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 07:04

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.
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Designed to emulate a garden, NBBJ’s Garden Stadium has only what is needed to thrive, and those functions are clearly organized and expressed. This simple effectiveness in design leads to a dramatically improved fan experience as well as greater ease of operations. In addition, the building’s carbon footprint is minimized, making Garden Stadium a part of a larger sustainable community.

Last Updated on Friday, 18 September 2009 08:15
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schmidt hammer lassen architects - Birkerød Sports and Leisure Centre in Birkerød, Denmark Print E-mail
Monday, 14 September 2009 05:12

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Birkerød’s new sports and recreation centre is a multi-purpose hub in Birkerød’s public space. The site is elongated and has two very distinct sides: an urban side with traffic circulating, and a green, recreational side.




The project covers the new build of a multi-purpose sports hall, an activity foyer, a fitness centre, dance studios, a balcony for children and young people and the erection of a covered football stand. It also includes the refurbishment of the existing stadium building.

Last Updated on Monday, 14 September 2009 05:33
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