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Shooting Range in Ontario / Magma Architecture

09:00 - 9 November, 2015
Shooting Range in Ontario / Magma Architecture, © Christie Mills
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Magma Architecture Wins AIA UK Design Award

00:00 - 18 May, 2013
Magma Architecture Wins AIA UK Design Award, © © J.L. Diehl
© © J.L. Diehl

Magma Architecture's Olympic and Paralympic Shooting Arenas have just been distinguished with a 2013 AIA UK Excellence in Design Award. Driven by the desire to evoke an experience of flow and precision inherent in the shooting sport through the dynamically curving space, the shooting arenas were the only buildings of the London 2012 Games to be selected. While all three ranges were configured in a crisp, white double curved membrane façade studded with vibrantly colored openings, the fresh and light appearance of the buildings truly enhanced the festive and celebratory character of the Olympic event. For more images and information on their award-winning project, please visit here.

Masrah Al Qasba Theater / Magma Architecture

00:00 - 26 September, 2012
Masrah Al Qasba Theater / Magma Architecture, © Torsten Seidel
© Torsten Seidel

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
  • Category

  • Design Team

    Martin Ostermann, Lena Kleinheinz, Hendrik Bohle, Philipp Mecke, Anke Noske, Carlos Lara
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineering

    Sarraj SMEP Engineering Consultants
  • Acoustics

    Akustik Ingenieurbüro Moll
  • Client

    Al Qasba Development Authority
  • Area

    820.0 m2
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

Exhibition: "Design Stories - The Architecture behind 2012"

23:00 - 9 August, 2012

As the world turns its eyes to London in 2012, Design Stories examines the architecture and engineering behind the 2012 sporting venues. It provides a unique Olympic experience – a place where people can explore and view drawings, images, videos and amazingly detailed models of London’s key new sporting venues.

Entry for the Serlachius Museum Gösta Extension Competition / magma architecture

13:00 - 14 July, 2011

The task of the competition for the Serlachius Museum Gösta was to design an extension containing five times the area of the existing museum. The current museum is a solitaire exposed on the top of a hill at a lake in a dramatic landscape. magma architecture proposes to preserve the beauty of the natural surroundings and integrate them into the visitor experience of the museum.