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ATATURK STADIUM, TURKEY AFL ARCHITECTS


AFL Architects has released a fly-through of the proposed redeveloped Ataturk Stadium, created as part of the firm's production of Turkey’s UEFA Euro 2024 bid. With a capacity of 92,000, the new design brings crowds closer to the game, improving the layout of the original Olympic Stadium and providing state of the art hospitality and VIP facilities. The stadium incorporates a 360-video wall around the seating bowl. Enveloping all of this is a white GRC exoskeleton with wind capture technology, allowing the stadium to generate energy from the hilltop site. The design of the cladding takes inspiration from historic Turkish hats and artwork, reflecting the layered history of the region and founder of the Republic of Turkey – Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.


LEAF ACADEMY, SLOVAKIA BOGLE ARCHITECTS


VERDLOVSK PHILHARMONIC CONCERT HALL, RUSSIA ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


Zaha Hadid Architects have been selected by the jury of the international design competition to build the new Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Concert Hall in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Providing a 1,600-seat Concert Hall and a 400-seat Chamber Music Hall, the new auditoria are, said the architects, “nestled within the surface deformations of the suspended canopy; liberating the lobbies from obstructions to open this space as a vibrant new gathering place for the local community”. Enhancing the building’s connections with the surrounding urban fabric of the city, large glazed facades blur the boundary between interior and exterior; “inviting visitors to experience the spaces within that celebrate public gathering, civic forum and creative endeavour”. The Philharmonic Concert Hall’s procession of interconnected public spaces continues through the building to its rooftop terrace overlooking the Church of All Saints.


Work has commenced on the first phase of Bogle Architects’ new boarding school for LEAF Academy in Slovakia. The project for students aged 15 to 19 was won by Bogle through an international design competition in 2015. The scheme is being developed in six distinct phases, with Phase 1 encompassing a group of residential buildings arranged in two clusters of four blocks that include dormitories for 400 pupils and three teacher accommodation blocks. The design of these blocks references the pitched roofs of typical farmstead buildings while delivering modern student accommodation.


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