The Quzhou Sports Campus designed by MAD Architects, led by Ma Yansong, has just broken ground in the historic city of Quzhou, in China’s eastern coastal province of Zhejiang.
Valdemar Coutinho Architects designed a Pavilion, reflecting the various program and budget demands with an appealing dynamic and humanized image, minimizing the common impact in these type of sports pavilion buildings.
Expanded Rancho Cienega Sports Complex (RCSC) master plan, 29-acre park design by SPF:architects (SPF:a) – construction on this LA building to start in September.
The Indoor Sports Centre at the University of Birmingham designed by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands is one of two National RIBA award winners in the West Midlands.
Héloise Thibodeau, Architecte Inc. designed new facilities for Cégep Marie-Victorin, a public college in north-east Montreal. College MV offers a wide range of diverse programs, some of which are artistic in nature.
The Royal Vancouver Yacht Club’s new Dock Building, designed by Michael Green Architecture, is an example of industrial architectural elegance crafted from a modest budget.
Following geomorphic the building form nestles in contour lines, responding to the surrounding mountains on the overall urban level, like a green vein.
OOIIO Architecture developed a deep refurbishment in a cattle farm, located in a privileged enclave of the fields of Castilla, to adapt it to sports facilities for the training and care of jumping competition horses.
Wavegarden Scotland approved to develop Scotland’s first artificial surf park and leisure complex, which will be nestled within a 23 hectare country park at Craigpark Quarry near Ratho, Edinburgh.
As a permanent building, the Sky Club, by DOMANI, has been completed in Time Berlin and Time Sky, and will be presented in Times Property’s flagship plate one after another.
Ericsson Globe, or Globen as it is commonly known, will be developed into a modern multi-arena and C.F. Møller Architects has been entrusted with developing one of Stockholm’s most famous buildings.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government redevelopment of the Jamsil Sports Complex, South Korea. The project design by architects Studio Niko Kapa involves the redevelopment of Jamsil Sports Complex on 400,000sm of land.
The new-build sports hall, designed by SPORADICAL, adjoins the Dolní Břežany primary school. It can be used by the school for physical education classes, and is open to the public for sports activities and as a cultural venue.
Designed by agence ENGASSER & associés the Sports Centre pulls together a large number of elements from different briefs, i.e. an already-existing gymnasium, swimming pool and indoor tennis courts with the creation of a multi-purpose arena, boxing hall, bodybuilding hall etc