Two new buildings are constructed sports. One of them, the indoor skating rink, is actually an extension of an existing sports pavilion. The other pavilion, is an autonomous body that it hovers on the lawn of a park. Both volumes are solved with the geometry most loud and clear as possible, as boxes on the ground.
The facade of the volume of the skating rink is resolved by a neutral color metal facade on the upper perforated. The volume integrates naturally with the old flag. The new Sports Centre sits on land where little leafy trees grew before. The green leaf color and shadows are reproduced in the pixel pattern of the facade of the new pavilion. Ahead of this, a second skin of polycarbonate blend the colors of the facade and the real dimension of the building. The image of the building changes as time of day or the angle of vision.
The double façade on the other hand works in the thermal conditioning of the building. The heat captured by the greenhouse effect is used during the winter while in summer causes a natural ventilation flow. The main volume is raised a few feet off the ground by releasing a fully glazed ground floor, so it is possible to practice sport in the interior permanent view to the outside. The two new volumes try to subtly disguise with their surroundings as if, despite its huge size, by their own timidity, tried to disappear.
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