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1st prize

Atelier CMJN / AED Project / Terra Florida, Paris (FR)
Authors: François Lepeytre, Gaël Brulé
Cooperation: Hector Hernandez, Marisa Benedetti. Martin Roynard, Aleš Marek, Ondřej Šperl, Tomáš Hajdu, Jan Šulcek, Helena Holakovská, Zuzana Hlasivcová, Lada Veselá, Radka Šimková

Authors about the proposal:
A very strong relationship exists between Pardubice and sports. Our project is designed with the ambition of raising the Dukla sports complex to a level of national significance. It starts with the integration of the wider public ‘square’ leading towards the main entrance. This generous space gives the important sports complex a new, modern and dynamic appearance. The entire complex is left separate from the bustle of the town; its borders are composed into the surrounding urban fabric. As for the overall arrangement, it is planned around a large entrance hall which links all the sports programs. With its central position, an excellent level of effectiveness can be achieved. The athletics stadium, a light, wooden rounded object, brings the dynamism of sports activities into the broader neighbourhood. The shape allows for easy visual integration into the surroundings, while also giving a view from a variety of angles to the athletics fields inside. The conception is marked by a spirit of simplicity and respect for the natural environment: a modern complex built out of environmentally sensitive materials. The ultimate goal of the project is the creation of a natural and healthy ground terrain, and an architecture that multiplies the sense of comfort for its users.

Jury evaluation:
The winning design had a positive response from the jury even from the very outset, thanks to its rationally defined organisation of the complex. In the second round, moreover, it was greatly improved and refined – the authors reworked not only the overall massing concept of the sports buildings and their connections to the surroundings, but also improved the economic efficiency of regular operations. In turn, the most noteworthy shift between Rounds I and II of the competition is in the breakdown of the project into stages. The main entrance space at the central point of the complex forms a well-scaled and cleverly situated public square, which has a clear role in every phase of the operations of the complex. In addition, the jury was pleased by the idea of connecting the gym and the multipurpose sports hall, as well as the intelligent conception of the landscaping component of the design.

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2nd prize

Ján Studený, Peter Stec, Maroš Bátora, Marián Počúch, Bratislava (SK)
Authors: Ján Studený, Peter Stec, Maroš Bátora, Marián Počúch

Authors about the proposal:
By amplifying existing site conditions, by responding to subtle topographic shifts, by reinforcing ghosts of previous programs, a vision emerges for the future of Dukla's athletics site. The project unifies existing topographic features, placing sports fields in landscape containers bound by a contiguous earthen mound. It creates a reciprocal relationship between sport halls and open air fields. The halls open towards landscape. Their bands of opaque walls float on a transparent rim, providing visual continuity of the ground topography. Each structure allows a direct connection to its related field, forming a synergic couple. The site opens. North-south bands of program and access easily connect the main access at the southern edge to the school and arboretum in the north. The mound crossing them traces a unifying figure of oblique slopes carrying the running track and spectator seats. Tribunes are integrated to the topography that connects them continuously. The project proposes a reciprocal relationship between sport halls and open air fields. The halls open towards landscape. Their bands of opaque walls float on a transparent rim, providing visual continuity at the ground level. Each structure allows a direct connection to its related field, forming a synergic couple.

Jury evaluation:
The chief qualities of the design, in the jurors' eyes, are found specifically in its interior organisation and the structuring of functions – of clean and dirty zones. The carefully calculated possibilities of approaches to the realisation of the complex's construction and the flexibility of this solution provide other aspects of the design worth praising. At the same time, the authors succeeded in resolving the centralised entrance to the entire sports complex, and making use of that for a single reception point. During the phases between Round I and Round II, the authors changed the position of the athletics hall, which however in the jury's view did not bring about an improvement in the design.

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Finalist - honourable mention

ECHOROST ARCHITEKTI, Prague (CZ)
Authors: Jaroslav Hulín, Jiří Pavlíček
Cooperation: Jan Kvita, Šimon Jiráček

Authors about the proposal:
The sports venue features an indoor athletic facility and a public area including 2,5 km of jogging routes (paths). The routes start from the venue towards the school and provide not only an optical connection; inside the venue, the routes lead the audience to the stands, or wind around the trees, alongside the oval and the indoor facility. The new venue operates on two levels; the bottom level is dedicated to organised sports while the top level is for the public. The green areas are maximised – the indoor athletic facility height is reduced wherever it is no problem for either the athletes or the audience, creating space for outdoor sportsgrounds. The indoor athletic facility works well as a single object; however, it also allows a direct connection to other premises and functions in the future. This is reflected or example in the entrance façade of hollow polycarbonate sheets. In our design. Dukla of Sports acts as a town district with a public leisure time park and multi-purpose buildings. The venue is designed to allow further growth in line with its own significance as well as the needs and demands of the city.

Jury evaluation:
Positive aspects, for the jury, include the division of the sports complex into 'two worlds' – an interior world for professionals and an outer one for the public – as well as the creation of 2.5 km of new running paths. Work with the terrain, and the creation of an undulating landscape with sports or play functions (e.g. for children to go sledding in winter), is in the jury's view one of the most compelling parts of the design, along with the ingenious solution of the current bleachers and the building of the former military hospital. Inclusion of the primary school into the sports complex, reduction of automotive traffic in front of the extant school building, and the general physical openness of the complex are also viewed as clearly a step in the right direction. Negative aspects of the design, in turn, include the miscalculation of construction costs, the creation of excessively long corridors throughout the complex, and the failure to complete the facades of the buildings in Stage II. Even more, the roof covering for the athletics hall is, for the jury, unnecessarily complicated, very expensive, and operationally not the most efficient solution.

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Finalist

ADR, Prague (CZ)
Author: Aleš Lapka
Cooperation: Pavel Čermák, Šárka Chroustová, Martin Kuklík

Authors about the proposal:
The goal of the design is to create a multi-purpose sports complex that is open to the public yet at the same time meets all criteria for highlevel professional events. The main aspects of the design are easy accessibility to the complex, openness of the entire area, respect for the current vegetation, and creation of new park spaces suitable for recreation. Thanks to our work with the terrain, there exists a natural delineation between areas for professional athletes and for recreational visitors; without any need for fencing, there will nonetheless be no clashes between users. Revitalisation of the entire complex will take place gradually, in a number of stages. In the first stage, we propose the realisation of the new group of sports halls – the athletics hall, handball hall, wrestling hall and gymnastics hall. All of these halls will form a unified whole – in a word, the metaphorical heart of the complex, which will also contain the central reception area for all of the other sections planned in the future. Each of these halls realised in this stage will make it possible to move from one to the other regardless of weather conditions. In this phase, along with the construction of the new halls, we also propose the revitalisation of the entire area of parks, outdoor sports fields, and part of the inline skating track.

Jury evaluation:
To a considerable extent, the design works with the natural terrain, and is one of the few that creates a genuine landscape that includes footaccessible rooftops for sports or relaxation. In addition, the entrance plaza formulates a pleasant public space. However, the creation of the buildings below ground level creates a significant number of problems – increased construction costs, more complicated construction schedules and no less importantly, the situation of many sports competitions in a space without natural lighting. Above all, in the view of the jury, the authors did not succeed in creating a compact sports complex, which is most evident e.g. in the separation of the gymnastics hall and the problematic formulation of its space, or the emergence of many leftover spaces.

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Finalist

CMC, Prague (CZ)
Authors: Vít Máslo, David R. Chisholm, Adriano Ferrer Escayola
Cooperation: Zuzana Kodešová, Yulia Pozynich, Yasaman Ghanaeimiyandoab

Authors about the proposal:
The north-south axis becomes the dynamic and exciting zone of movement. The subtle seven degree angle of the new athletics hall directs movement and flow of visitors to all the major events on site. Zone 1, east edge, has covered ball sports, which we express through a unifying roof. The columns direct and channel movement of visitors and spectators between events. Zone 2, central zone, has indoor athletics hall for non-ball sports and includes other indoor functions. Zone 3 is an outdoor field sports area, with a new 'gateway' press center and café on the east edge, and the reconstructed main tribune on the west.

Jury evaluation:
In this design, the jury responded positively to the attempt to formulate an urban character, to make connections to the surrounding built fabric, and detailed work with the flagstones in the public space. Also worth positive mention was the re-configured entrance space and the proposed climbing wall on the 'blind' façade of the athletics hall. One question left open, though, was the relative proportion of paved and unpaved
surfaces. Unfortunately, the comments and recommendations of the jury were not, to a large extent, taken into consideration – the athletics hall does not meet the operational requirements, and the areas for throwing sports also remained insufficiently treated. Above all, the entire western complex of halls under an overly-proportioned roof clashes with the architectrural scale of the surroundings.

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Overview of all the competition designs

 

01

Paris, FR

Atelier CMJN / AED Project / Terra Florida

François Lepeytre, Gaël Brulé, Hector Herca, Marisa Benedetti, Martin Roynard

1st prize

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02

Prague, CZ

Miloš Kopřiva, Milada Bláhová, Pavel Jurčík, Miroslav Němeček, Tomáš Dantlinger, Sasha Tsesko, Lenka Valášková 

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03

Guimarăes, PT

Martins Architecture Office

José Martins, Marta Machado, Sara Pertile, Ana Moura, Joăo Rosmaninho, Lucas Silva

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04

London / Taipei, UK / ROC

Maxthreads Architecture & Urban Design / MAUD

Max Chimin Yang, Eli She, Christabel Lee, Fred Andre, Key Liu, Eric Lu, Demi Chen

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05

București, RO

RE-ACT NOW ARCHITECTURE

George Mario Kuibus, Sabin Purice, Oana Purice, Ruxandra Osiac

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06

Brno, CZ

Jiří Vítek, Jiří Železný 

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07

Amsterdam, NL

NOAHH / Temp.architecture

Patrick Fransen, Tom Bergevoet, Barbara Weber, Irina Andrei, Blaz Solar, Rimaan Al-Dujaili, Reijer Pielkenrood, Amaia Oiarbide, Laura Nazzari, Shie Suzuki, Ilse Bakker

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08

Prague, CZ

ADR

Aleš Lapka, Šárka Chroustová, Pavel Čermák,Zuzana Kubová 

finalist

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09

Prague, CZ

Bogle architects 

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10

Rotterdam, NL

BOARD

Bernd Upmeyer, Filippo Foschi, Efrain Perez del Barrio

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11

Shanghai, PRC

Peter Femboeck 

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12

New York, USA

Only If Architecture 

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13

Prague, CZ

RKAW

Radek Kolařík, Lada Kolaříková, Vojtěch Jelínek, Alexandros Kaminaras, Eva Ondrušková, Markéta Vopelková 

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14

Prague, CZ

Sportovní projekty

Viktor Drobný, Martin Kabriel, Eva Bartošová 

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15

Prague, CZ

ECHOROST ARCHITEKTI

Jaroslav Hulín, Jiří Pavlíček, Jan Kvita 

honourable mention

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16

Prague, CZ

CMC architects

Vít Máslo, David R. Chisholm, Adriano Ferrer Escayola, Zuzana Kodešová, Yulia Pozynich

finalist 

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17

Bratislava, SK

Ján Studený, Peter Stec, Maroš Bátora, Marián Počúch, Filip Kusák, Eva Kvašajová, Kristína Rypáková, Gabriela Smetanová, visualarch 

2nd prize

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18

Prague, CZ

m4 architekti

Miroslav Holubec, Milan Jirovec, Matyáš Sedlák, Jana Zdeňková 

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19

Budapest, HU

Zoltán Schrammel, Gyula Grédics, Liang Shui, Camille Laudsa-Yvin, Antoine Morel 

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20

Berlin, DE

magma architecture

Martin Ostermann, Lena Kleinheinz, Piotr Fabirkiewicz, Ana Ramos 

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21

Dubai, UAE

Svilen Nickola Todorov + Greenstyle Architecture

Svilen Nickola Todorov, Indukrian Thachillath, Mary Rico, Nanak Singh

excluded

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Download the catalogue of competition proposals HERE.