The BIT Sports Center was designed by Atelier Alter Architects and adds an athletic space, basketball stadium, a swimming pool etc to the existing facilities.
Reed Watts Architects have completed a new 600 sqm pavilion in Bushy Park, Richmond Upon Thames for Teddington Cricket Club in just seven months.
Plans by architects FaulknerBrowns for £30 million twin-pad Lee Valley Ice Centre building approved: London’s first ever Olympic-sized twin-pad ice centre, have received planning approval
építész stúdió’s decision to sink the new Saint Gellért Hall sports and event building for the Saint Margaret High School in Budapest was rational both in regards of space and environment.
Centre sportif des Poissonniers Paris building design by Archi5: French sports center designed to meet the requirements of a new generation of flexible, multi-purpose facilities for neighborhood
Design by Napur Architect, Hatvan Multifunctional Sport and Event Hall has a double layered façade meant to ease the tension between the urban situation and the industrial character of the building.
Hollybush Lakes, Hampshire aquatic sports centre design by Baca Architects – planning submission for eco-sustainable leisure destination around six man-made lakes on a 15.5-hectare site
Cityzenith gets approval on $500m Orlando Sports & Entertainment District Digital Twin project: it aims to drive the Florida city’s millions of annual visitors to the OS+ED downtown hotspot
MAD reveals design for 2024 Paris Olympics’ Aquatic Center building: competition winners with three French architectural studios – Jacques Rougerie Architecture, Atelier Phileas Architecture, and Apma Architecture.
New center designed by EFFEKT architects with facilities for sports like parkour, skate, bouldering, basketball, trial, plus customized workshop areas for DJing and music production, an animation studio, fabrication lab and artist studios.
Designed by Pac Studio, Point Wells Cricket Club is not big, but it is giving its all, puffing its chest, standing tall and patiently waiting to host the Boxing Day test. It is a red peacock with an explosion of flags.
Quzhou Sports Campus Stadium, Zhejiang Province building design by MAD Architects in China: the building should convey the essence of a place where people gather and engage in exercise, masking the strength and muscle of the arena.
The Wood Marsh designed Ocean Grove Surf Life Saving Club, in Geelong, Australia, takes inspiration from the corrosive nature of Victoria’s sandstone coastline to guide its form and materiality.
Estudio VILABLANCH and TDB Arquitectura transformed, Casa Burés, a historical 19th Century building in Barcelona into 26 exclusive residences with high-quality common areas, while preserving its original rich heritage.
The Public Condenser building designed by Muoto Architects hosts a mix of activities including indoor and outdoor sports facilities, a restaurant, cafeteria, and various public spaces: a pedestrian square, street terraces, park areas for deliveries, bikes and cars.