Golden 1 Center Sacramento

Golden 1 Center Sacramento Building

Designed for the city’s basketball team, the bold external envelope was designed and fabricated using parametric technologies. The main entrance features large, operable glass panels that open to the outdoor event plaza. There are 10,000 seats in the lower bowl close to the action, out of 17,000 seat total.

Stadion Energa in Gdansk

Stadion Energa in Gdansk

Design: RKW Architektur

The Stadion Energa Gdańsk is an effortlessly curved symbol of modern architecture. It is an important landmark and a bold statement for both locals and visitors in Gdańsk.

Stadio Flaminio

Stadio Flaminio Rome Building

By creating an arena that could hold 45,000 people, Nervi succeeded in a structural engineering feat for the time—transforming concrete into gravity-defying forms. Stadio Flaminio is one of many arenas and sports buildings designed by Nervi and reflects his numerous years of experience.

Yoyogi National Gymnasium

Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Tokyo

Yoyogi National Gymnasium’s state-of-the-art technology and exacting engineering, along with its elongated sweeping roofline, introduced a new modernism to Japan while still evoking the grace and timelessness of traditional Japanese architecture.

Wimbledon Centre Court Roof closing

Wimbledon Retractable Roof – Centre Court, London Tennis

Centre Court roof unusually closed to protect turf from hot sunshine amid a safety row. The last time the roof was closed for reasons other than heavy rainfall was in 2015. The iconic All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’s (AELTC) Centre Court retractable roof was designed by architects Populous.

Yas Arena

Yas Arena in Abu Dhabi

Design: HOK Architects

Yas Arena will be the first multipurpose built arena in the city designed to accommodate a wide variety of sport and entertainment events. The arena in Abu Dhabi, will have a capacity of 18,000 .

New National Stadium Tokyo Design B

New National Stadium Tokyo Timber

So much for the sustainable building claims: urgent investigation required as use of plywood likely linked to tropical forest destruction and human rights abuses found at construction site of new Tokyo Olympic Stadium by Design: Kengo Kuma & Associates.

Herzog & de Meuron's Chelsea Stadium

Herzog & de Meuron’s Chelsea Stadium

Design: Herzog & de Meuron + Lifschutz Davidson Sandiland, architects

Planners approve the redevelopment of Chelsea FC’s cramped London stadium. This sculptural brick and steel building increases capacity at Stamford Bridge from 41,837 to 60,000.

PETCO Park Ballpark in San Diego

PETCO Park Ballpark in San Diego

Design: Populous, architects

The coast of California is a place of sea, sky, and amazing natural beauty. These are the traits the San Diego Padres had in mind in the late 1990s when they set out to build the city a new ballpark.