Sport City in Xativa / ACXT

  • 11 Jun 2012
  • Selected Works Sports Architecture
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Architects: ACXT
Location: Xátiva, , Spain
Project Architect: M Angeles Sánchez Ortega
Design Team: Rafael Papi, Beatriz San Salvador
Project Area: 136,000 sqm
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: David Rocaberti, Francisco Francés, Alfonso Calza, Cesar J. López

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The unifying element is a Great Red Curved Roof that shelters the sports that need to be covered, embrace those who are outdoors, and integrates and surrounded by recreational areas, leisure spaces, and attractive landscaped gardens.

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Located on the outskirts and with an area of more than 13 hectares, the Project comprises two new football fields for 11-a-side and for 7-a-side, two indoor football pitches, two multipurpose covered courts, tennis courts, beach volleyball, paddle courts (indoor & outdoor), basketball and minibasketball courts, french boules, skating areas, pitch and putt, pools, Basque ball game (frontón), three playgrounds, athletics track ( eight  streets) and  a jogging  path of two kilometers.

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