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Dalian Football Stadium by UNStudio

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Dutch architects [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] have won a competition to design a football stadium in Dalian, China.

The building will have a double-layered, lattice-like roof inspired
by traditional Chinese footballs, which are made from layers of
coloured bamboo.

The stadium includes seating for 40,000 spectators, a TV broadcasting centre, players’ facilities and a VIP lounge.

Here’s some more information from UNStudio:

UNStudio/ Ben van Berkel’s design selected for new football stadium in China
Unstudio has won the limited competition for a 40,000 spectator
football stadium for the most successful club in the Chinese Super
League: Dalian Shide FC. The stadium will be built in the club’s
hometown of the city of Dalian, on the southern tip of Liaodong
peninsula in Northeast China.

The design for the 38,500 m2 stadium has
been inspired by the colourful layering and overlapping of the ancient
Chinese cuju football. The design weaves together the collective spirit
of the spectators with the public realm and the urban context of the
building. The main stadium houses spectator seating, TV broadcasting
centre, administration areas, VIP lounge, players facilities and public
concourse in a layered envelope which extends on ground level to
provide outdoor public areas above decked parking facilities. In
addition, the design incorporates two training fields on the 144,000 m2
According to Ben van Berkel, “The design of the Dalian Football
Stadium is inspired by the classic Chinese football, which was made by
layering coloured bamboo. For the stadium design we appropriated this
effect to generate a double-layered roof structure. This structure
operates as a double concourse enclosure, encircling the tribunes.
Splits and openings in between broad bands of the lattice structure
enable views from the outside in and from the inside out.”

Stadium design
Essential to the stadium typology is the experience of the
spectator. Aside from the basic function of a stadium as an arena for
spectator sport with one central focal point, stadium design requires
the consideration of many essential structural, programmatic,
contextual, infrastructural and stylistic elements and the
incorporation of these into a strong, integral gesture. Infrastructural
considerations include ease of access and evacuation, visitor routing
and parking facilities, while contextual considerations form an
important element in both the relationship of the stadium to the city,
its surroundings and its orientation with regard to nearby transport
UNStudio’s design for the Dalian stadium presents an inclusive
approach to stadium design where the articulation of the structure and
the openings and overlapping moments of its double-layered envelope
serve as the starting point for visitor experience and programmatic and
infrastructural requirements, in addition to heightening spectator
experience in terms of proximity to the playing field.
Ben van Berkel says, “A key feature of the Dalian Stadium is the
proximity of the spectators to the pitch, thereby ensuring the best
views from the tribunes and creating a true sense of engagement. As in
theatre design specific views and focal points are required. In the
Dalian stadium, we envisioned the playing field as the stage. A two
tier seating system and curved outlines optimise the corners of the
tribunes and allow the spectators to be as close as possible to the
playing field.”

With a population of 5.7 million Dalian is the largest port in
Northeast China and forms an important centre of trade, industry and
tourism. In 1984, the State Council approved Dalian as a coastal open
city during China’s opening up to the West. In the mid-90s Dalian began
an ambitious undertaking to become a world-class port city on the level
of Rotterdam, and a host to international events. Radical city planning
policies were implemented, improving the aesthetic appearance of the
city and eventually transforming the centre of Dalian with
architectural styles reminiscent of the Mediterranean and Sweden,
thereby making it a unique city in China.
UNStudio’s design for the Dalian Football Stadium reacts to this
setting by orientating the building in order to maximise both the use
of existing transport modes and the views of the surrounding sea and
mountains, whilst providing a unique sporting venue for the population
of the Dalian.

Dalian Football Stadium, Dalian, China, 2009
Client: Dalian City Bureau of Urban Planning,
Location: Dalian, China
Building surface: 38,500 m2
Building site: 144,000 m2
Capacity: 40,000
Programme: Football stadium with two additional training
Status: Competition 1st prize
UNStudio: Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos, Astrid Piber with Nuno Almeida, Ger Gijzen and
Cynthia Markhoff, Luis Etchegorry, Shu Yan Chan, Ramon van der Heijden, Marcin Koltunski,
Fernie Lai, Patrik Noome
Engineering consultants: ARUP Shanghai, China
Arup International Consultants (Shanghai) Co., Ltd
Sports consultant: ASS Planungs GMBH Freie Architekten, Germany
Traffic consultant: MVA Hong Kong LTD.
Visualisations: UNStudio / and SZ Silkroad Digi Tech Co. LTD., China
Animation: IDF Global Pty Ltd.

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