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ASIAN GAMES 2022 MASTER PLAN
ASIAN GAMES 2022 TABLE TENNIS STADIUM
CONCEPT: 116 ACRE ECO-PARK WITH 7 BUILDINGS
We won the invited competition for the Asian Games 2022 Sports park & Stadiums in 2018, from 5 international competitors.
Making up the 116 acre park, are the 34,000 m2 Table Tennis stadium (5000 seats), 16,000 m2 Field Hockey stadium (5000 seats), as well as 26,000 m2 commercial mall [as valley], a 23,000 m2 fitness center, and 68,000 m2 underground parking, all with green roofs and natural ventilation.
Working in conjunction with !Melk Landscape design and Thornton Tomasetti engineers, we developed this urban “sponge city” scheme to offer an alternative view of the client's request: one that will live on far beyond the Asian Games themselves, creating stadium ‘hybrids’ that can also house concerts and theatre, and an eco park to be the future Green Lung for the city.
This winning commission also won an award in the 2019 Plan Awards , and a Popular Choice Award in the Architizer A+Awards . Scroll down below the credits to keep up with publications on this collaboration, as construction finishes by 2021.
Year: Competition won: 2018, Construction phase: 2020, Substantial completion: 2021
Location: Hangzhou, China
Client: Government: Gongshu District City Village Reconstruction Department
Project Type: 16-acre eco park with 2 stadiums, shopping mall, visitors and fitness centers, and 2 parking garages for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games
Size: 46.7 hectare park, 35,000 m2 Table Tennis stadium (5000 seats), 15,000 m2 Field Hockey stadium (5000 seats), 29,000 m2 commercial mall, 23,00 m2 fitness center, and 68,000 m2 underground parking, all with green roofs and natural ventilation
Design Team: Principal in charge: Winka Dubbeldam, Assoc. AIA | Project Leader: Justin Korhammer | Main Designers: Paul Starosta, Max Boerman | Archi-Tectonics Team: Dongliang Li, Maud Fonteyne, Soyeon Cha, Boden Davies, Alex Bahr, Dan Rothbart, Bowen Qin
Consultants: Structural Engineers: Thornton Tomasetti Transport Planning: Mobility in Chain, Italy Mechanical Engineers: Ryan Soames Engineering
Collaborators: !melk Landscape Design | UAD Research group, Hangzhou, China
Renderings and Diagrams: Archi-Tectonics | MIC | !melk