Between roads and the Eure River, between railway tracks fallow and soft traffic, downtown and suburban area, historical monuments, and boxes of steel pan, there is a vast area, steeped in history and activities now abandoned in the making
Grimshaw selected to create a new range of community sports facilities across Qatar. Secured through a competition funded by the Qatar Olympic Committee, the Al Farjan Recreational Sports Facilities aim to create new enriched social spaces and encourage community participation in sporting activities.
Design: NL Architects. Spordtgebouw is a combined sports facility for three separate schools in the so-called ‘Leerpark’. Traditionally, individual schools have their individual gymnasiums. A higher degree of collectivity of course enhances complexity but sharing also creates added value. During the day the building is dedicated to the schools, but in the evening and weekends it is open to everybody.
Sports in the Sky towers designed by Harsh Varshneya, Khushboo Bansal, Sanjiv Saini, aim to promote social sustainability in the city of Singapore by providing extensive public spaces at height which predominantly revolve around the idea of SPORTS! Health is the most important issue in today’s urban life and should be paid attention to.
Design: Elkiær + Ebbeskov and LETH & GORI. A team lead by architects Elkiær + Ebbeskov and LETH & GORI has been announced as the winner of Randers Municipality and The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sport Facilities’ competition for the Langvang Multifunctional Sports Building. The proposal by E+E and LETH
& GORI was selected after a 2-phased competition.
Design: B3 Architects. One of the biggest sporting projects to be developed in Sheffield, England, in more than ten years is set to place the city at the heart of the government’s Olympic legacy programme. Plans are being submitted by Sheffield City Trust for a £14m extension and development project incorporating the new National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine at Graves Tennis and Leisure Centre.
Taekwondo-Won Building, Republic of Korea, design by Samoo Architects & Engineers. The Taekwondo-Won is established to become a global hub for the education, training, and promotion of Taekwondo, a Korean martial art that combines combat techniques with sports. With over 45million practitioners all around the world, the need for a central hub at the originating country was imminent.
F.3 Fellbach aquatic centre, neat Stuttgart, Germany, surrounding landscape forms guiding theme for 4a Architekten in shape and design. The new F.3 family and recreational aquatic centre in Fellbach: 4a Architekten have transferred the three separate areas – the sports area with indoor pool and open-air pool, the adventure pool and the sauna world.
Tignespace Building, Tarentaise Valley Development, Savoie Architecture Tignespace, Tarentaise Valley Savoie Building, Rhône-Alpes, France – design by Atelier Plexus architects / SG-Architecte 29 + 28 Oct 2013 Tignespace in Savoie Design: Alain PALMA of Atelier Plexus architects & Sylvain GIACHINO … Continued
Ice Rink of Liège, Sports Building Belgium, Belgian Arena Design Ice Rink of Liège, Belgium Arena Building Development in Belgium – design by L’Escaut Architectures SCRL 11 Aug 2013 Ice Rink of Liège Liège Ice Rink Arena Location: province of … Continued