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  3. Sports Field
  4. The Netherlands
  5. René van Zuuk Architects
  6. 2009
  7. Two Sports Centers Boshuizerkade / René van Zuuk Architects

Two Sports Centers Boshuizerkade / René van Zuuk Architects

  • 01:00 - 13 March, 2013
Two Sports Centers Boshuizerkade / René van Zuuk Architects
Two Sports Centers Boshuizerkade / René van Zuuk Architects, Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects
Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Leiden, South Holland, The Netherlands
  • Design

    René van Zuuk, Kersten Scheller, Peter Hagelaar, Wulf Oschwald, Javier Paz Taibo
  • Design Team

    Kersten Scheller, Peter Hagelaar, Wulf Oschwald, Javier Paz Taibo
  • Area

    1590.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2009
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects
Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects
Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects

From the architect. The municipality of Leiden was looking to replace the old sports facilities in Leiden with a new complex which would separate the youth football association from the Leiden sports company. The position and footprint of the pavilions was predetermined by Buro Sant and Co who were responsible for the urban design.

Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects
Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects

Due to the wide variety of users it was important to strike a harmony in balance between the two pavilions. The first pavilion is dedicated to Football. With the changing rooms on the ground-floor and the canteen and office function on the first floor, the canteen has a stretched glass façade which focuses on the playing fields. On the other side of the canteen is another glass façade which connects the pavilion visually to the surrounding neighbourhood.

Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects
Courtesy of René van Zuuk Architects

Interaction is more apparent in the second pavilion where there is a glass façade running alongside the street, this wall is also the dividing wall that separates it from the youth soccer association. At ground level the amenities are shared between the pavilions.

Ground Floor Plan
Ground Floor Plan
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Two Sports Centers Boshuizerkade / René van Zuuk Architects" 13 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/343524/two-sports-centers-boshuizerkade-rene-van-zuuk-architects/>