AD Round Up: Stadiums Part III

AD Round Up: Stadiums Part III

For our 3rd part, we have stadiums from Croatia, Kazakhstan, Ireland, Switzerland and Slovenia! Check them all after the break.

Arena Zagreb / UPI-2M Arena Zagreb is the multifunctional indoor arena with 15.000 seating capacity built to host the 2009 World Men’s Handball Championship. It is located in the south-western part of Zagreb, Croatia. Thanks to its iconic design and position at one of the main city entrances, it has immediately become a landmark of the city (read more…)

Astana Arena / Tabanlioglu Intended to be a symbol of the burgeoning new capital of Kazakhstan, the Astana Arena has a spectacular elliptical form and a retractable roof that can be closed in harsh winter weather conditions to protect the players, the spectators and the playing surface. Located on the highway connecting the airport to the city the stadium is principally designed as a venue for soccer (read more…)

Aviva Stadium opened Friday in Dublin Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland, designed as a result of a collaboration between global architects Populous and Dublin‐based architects, Scott Tallon Walker was officially opened Friday by An Taoiseach, Brian Cowen, TD. Aviva Stadium, previously called the Lansdowne Road Stadium, hosted its first game of international rugby in 1878. The 50,000 seat stadium will be used for international rugby and soccer fixtures and as a concert and events venue (read more…)

Multifonctional Complex La Maladiere / Geninasca Delefortrie Architectes A backfill completed at the beginning of the 20th century – the available parcel – the old football stadium – was at the articulation of four forms of urbanism. One specifically, is part of the “Beaux-arts” district from the 19th century. One has the random character of the “Nid-du-Crô” port (read more…)

Football Stadium of Sports Park Stožice / SADAR + VUGA Sports Park Stožice is a hybrid project. Its realisation is the result of the public-private partnership between the city of Ljubljana and Grep development company. The Sports Park Stožice combines a football stadium and a multi-purpose sports hall with a large shopping centre, which is covered by a recreational park landscape (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Stadiums Part III" 30 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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