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Spaladium Center / 3LHD architects

  • 01:00 - 20 February, 2009
Spaladium Center / 3LHD architects
Spaladium Center / 3LHD architects

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  • Architects

  • Location

  • Architects

    3LHD Architects
  • Team

    Sasa Begovic, Marko Dabrovic, Silvije Novak, Tatjana Grozdanic Beg Matija Crnoovic, Irena Mazer, Drajen Pejkovic - IGH, Matija Crnogorac, Ivana Krneta, Zarko Perisin, Maja Ivanovski, Martina Ruzic, Gorana Barbabic, Darina Matosic Maticevic, Janja Novakovic, Filip Dubrovski
  • Program

    public, business, leisure, sport, transportation, retail
  • Volume

    748.450 m3
  • Client

    Sportski grap TPN d.o.o.
  • Construction

    2008
  • Footprint

    25.567m2
  • Area

    136.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2008

From the architect. Spaladium Center, sports and business complex is located on the northern part of the Split peninsula, in the vicinity of Poljud, a sports complex with a football field and pool built for The Mediterranean Games in 1979.

Spaladium Centar consists of a handball arena for 12,000 spectators, a wellness center, a sky bar and an exclusive restaurant on the top floor overlooking the entire city, its surroundings and the islands of the Split archipelago. There are 1,500 garage parking places. The shopping center guarantees visits even when the handball arena is not in use. The arena itself is a multi-purpose hall. In addition to handball, the arena will be used for basketball, tennis, volleyball, boxing, motocross, and will also be a venue for trade fairs, conventions, exhibitions and concerts.

With this complex Split will get a sports, entertainment, culture and recreation venue that will activate and reaffirm the northern part of the Split peninsula.

The complex achieves a balance between the low-lying main area and the tower’s verticality. The agreement between the horizontal and vertical is in its composition and urban planning set in order to place the location with special importance. It resembles a ship carrier: a platform with various attractive contents, with its vertical element serving as a landmark, lighthouse and location sign. It is an entrance to the new city area, its future and gateway to the northern harbor.

The complex is integrated into a compact unit by its shape, and is unified by a distinct exterior that binds functionally different elements and usages throughout the year.

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Spaladium Center / 3LHD architects" 20 Feb 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/14896/spaladium-center-3lhd-architects/>
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4 Comments

Mitko · February 24, 2009

Nice project! :)

Bravo Filip! :)

daidalos · February 21, 2009

Good project, clear enough in plan and this is carried out through in the graphic reading of the spaces. The spaces that feed into the seating -typically the most interesting in such a programme- have a Turbine Hall feel to them with the black painted structure and the bold colored stairs. The urban presence is bold yet ambiguous due to the a simple use of mesh cladding. I hope that by close up i can find more pleasures in this...

raum · February 21, 2009

corten steel perhaps

Richie · February 20, 2009

I like the way the character of the exterior changes totally between the day and night shots.. what is that cladding, some kind of metal mesh?

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