A Shot into the Green: Sport Centre in Barcelona
A supporting structure of wood, climbing plants on the façades and extensive natural light: the new sport centre by Anna Noguera and Javier Fernandez, which stands in the Turó de la Peira district of Barcelona, is connected to nature in every way.
Client: BIMSA, Institut Barcelona Esports (IBE), Ajuntament de Barcelona
Architects: Anna Noguera, Javier Fernandez
Structural planning: Bernuz Fernández SLP
Location: Carrer de Sant Iscle, 50, 08031 Barcelona (ES)
Our Favourites: Three light-flooded sports halls in Spain
A translucent campus extension in Madrid, a green sports centre in Barcelona and a sports hall in the Balearic Islands create inviting spaces for sports activities.
Bright sports pavilion: Campus extension in Madrid
As an extension of the Francisco de Vitoria University campus in Pozuelo, Madrid, architect Alberto Campo Baeza has planned a sports and learning complex in brilliant white. The building, which is made of glass-fibre reinforced concrete, opens up with varying degrees depending on the compass direction and the sunlight. With its translucent façade sides, it looks like a luminous cube.
Client: Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
Architect: Alberto Campo Baeza
Location: Pozuelo, Madrid (ES)