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Sports Pavilion / MoederscheimMoonen Architects

  • 01:00 - 7 September, 2010
Sports Pavilion / MoederscheimMoonen Architects
Sports Pavilion / MoederscheimMoonen Architects, © Rob ‘t Hart
© Rob ‘t Hart

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  • Architects

  • Location

  • Architect

    Erik Moederscheim
  • Project Team

    Erik Moederscheim, Ruud Moonen, Jelle Rinsema
  • Engineering

    Bureau Bouwkunde
  • Structural Engineering

    IBT Bouwtechniek
  • General Contractor

    Batenburg BV
  • Client

    Municipality of Rotterdam
  • Photographs

From the architect. MoederscheimMoonen Architects recently delivered a new sports-pavilion for two soccer clubs in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The project is part of the development of Park 16Hoven; a large new suburban neighborhood adjacent to the city center and the airport.

© Rob ‘t Hart
© Rob ‘t Hart

Within the open space between the airport and newly developed houses in the park, the aim for the design was to create a transparent and ‘lightweight’ pavilion.

© Rob ‘t Hart
© Rob ‘t Hart

The building is set up in two levels. The clubhouses and the boardrooms are situated on the top floor of the building. This level is directly connected to the pitches by grass-covered slopes. These slopes cover the ground floor with its dressing rooms and storage areas, and provide a natural grandstand for spectators.

© Rob ‘t Hart
© Rob ‘t Hart

The final piece of the building is the translucent cantilevered roof. This roof filters direct sunlight and illuminates like a lampoon in the evening thanks to the integration of LED powered lighting.

© Rob ‘t Hart
© Rob ‘t Hart

The building is iconic in its direct environment due to the continuous outline of the building and the illuminated roof.

Elevation - Section
Elevation - Section
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Jakov · September 08, 2010

It looks too iconic, or rather too static, in spite of dramatic triangles. Maybe if the eave haven't been symmetrical, it would give more dynamic look, and more functional logic as well.

PatrickLBC · September 08, 2010 09:46 PM

Maybe the static form was intended as a backdrop for the dynamic sports action. You wouldn't want the building to compete. Just a thought...

Personally I love how the roof and the grass mirror one another. Cool project.

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