Sports and Recreational Facilities
For every ton of CO2 produced, the smokestack will release a ring of steam. Rendering courtesy BIG
The unusual power plant/ski slope project in Copenhagen will feature a ...read more
Meydan One. Renderings courtesy Meydan City Corporation
The words “skiing” and “desert” aren’t often used in the same sentence. But that’s changing in Du...read more
Rendering courtesy Zaha Hadid
“Our warning was not heeded that selecting contractors too early in a heated construction market...read more
Renderings courtesy Populous
Created by Milwaukee firm Eppstein Uhen Architects and global firm Populous, the venue will be bu...read more
The project has been described as the biggest construction project in the school’s 170-year history. Renderings courtesy OMA
Designs for what will be the biggest construction project in the school’s 170-year history featur...read more
Rendering courtesy Brinkley Sargent Wiginton
Money magazine is the latest publication to rank McKinney, Texas, as the best place to live in th...read more
Rendering: Zaha Hadid's proposed Tokyo Olympic Stadium, Japan Sport Council, Creative Commons
The country moves on from Zaha Hadid Architects, creators of the original stadium design scrapped...read more
Rendering: Zaha Hadid's proposed Tokyo Olympic Stadium, Japan Sport Council, Creative Commons.
The rising price tag was one of the downfalls of the 70-meter-tall, 290,000-sm stadium. In 2014,...read more
The architect envisions more topography in the otherwise flat capital city of Germany. Renderings courtesy Jakob Tigges
The architect wants to create the world’s largest man-made mountain, at 3,280 feet.
The facility will include a rock climbing wall and boxing space. Renderings courtesy Guy Holloway Architects
The facility will include a rock climbing wall and boxing space.
The planned Seoul Skygarden will be made out of a 40-year-old overpass, which was deemed unsafe for heavier vehicles in 2009. Renderings courtesy MVRDV
The garden will be organized as a library of plants, which will make the park easier to navigate....
The underwater arena fits into the natural environment because it resembles a coral reef in Dubai, according to the architect. Renderings courtesy 8+8 Concept Studio
While off duty, the tennis complex could double as exhibition space.
Designers say the tower is inspired by things associated with Miami: fashion, sculpture, and sailboats. Renderings courtesy SHoP Architects
Designing a neighborhood from the ground-up, developers aim to create a dense, walkable district...read more
Alongside the new Suntrust Park in Atlanta will be a 16-story hotel built by Omni Hotels & Resorts. Renderings: Atlanta Braves
The Omni Atlanta Northwest Hotel will feature 16 floors with 260 guest rooms and suites, rooftop...read more
The façade features abstract patterns that echo decorative motifs in Islamic architecture. Renderings courtesy Qatar's Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy
After the World Cup, part of the stadium’s seating will be donated to other countries.
A view of the stadium's south entrance. Renderings courtesy HOK
Retractable seating in the corners will allow the stadium to be used for FIFA or Major League Soc...read more
The sprawling 317,460-sf site will host a variety of marine and mountain recreation facilities. Renderings courtesy Planning Korea
Just three miles away from the Olympic stadiums, the hotel will be a hub of its own.
With 106 courts and 270,000 sf, the USTA National Campus will be the largest tennis complex in the U.S. Rendering: Michel Borg, HKS
The 63-acre facility is being positioned as a cornerstone for a sports innovation and performance...read more
The National September 11 Memorial Museum incorporates evocative artifacts of the destroyed Twin Towers, including the "Last Column" (pictured). It was honored with a Gold Award in BD+C's 2015 Building Team Awards. Photo: Jin Lee / courtesy 9/11 Memorial Museum
From Lean construction to tri-party IPD to advanced BIM/VDC coordination, these 14 Building Teams...read more
The recreation center’s sloped running track is expressed on the building’s north elevation through a glass curtain wall system and roofline that are sloped to match the incline of the track. Photos courtesy Skanska USA Building
A sloped running track and open-concept design put this Building Team to the test.
Critics have commended the building, with one professor of architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee telling the Journal Sentinel that the design is "not overly zooming and it's not faux historic." Renderings courtesy Populous
Designed by local firm Eppstein Uhen Architects and global firm Populous, the sports venue will p...read more
The University of Oregon's Hatfield-Dowlin Football Performance Center earned a Merit Award for the design and structure of the facility. Image: Jeremy Bittermann
Calatrava's soaring Innovation Science and Technology Building at Florida Polytechnic University...read more
Photo depicts thousands of Hurricane Katrina survivors from New Orleans. Andrea Booher/FEMA
A ULI panel of experts recommends a $242 million renovation that converts the massive building in...read more
The 32,000 square feet of panels were installed in a six-week period.
Architects help Nashville government transform a struggling mall into a new community space.
The façade’s crystalline upper floor will adapt to mirror the event or the arena’s surroundings. Rendering courtesy Populous
The live-concert venue will seat an audience of 12,000, which the firm says will be masked by “th...read more
The winning design was first proposed in 2010 with the help of Arup and Populous. Renderings courtesy Foster + Partners
Norman Foster described the design as “an exciting step forward in stadium design—it will be the...read more
Rendering: city of Kokomo, Ind.
FEMA will withhold funding on $5.5 million worth of projects such as building tornado safe rooms...read more
Renderings courtesy HOK
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has assembled a task force to develop plans for an open-air NFL stadi...read more
The Bickman Fitness Center expansion at Clark University, completed in September 2013, provides space for an expanded cardio fitness program, with additional room for equipment storage and multipurpose events. Photo: John Horner Photography / courtesy Perkins+Will
Adopting facility layouts from Asian and European models, today’s sports and recreational buildin...read more
The proposed site is a 168-acre parcel at the southwest quadrant of the intersection of the 405 freeway and Del Amo Boulevard. Renderings courtesy of Scott Boehm/Manica Architecture.
Two rival teams may bring the NFL back to Los Angeles.