US Bank Stadium, USA, by HKS and Vikings Stadium Consortium
Designed by HKS and a consortium of architects such as Studio Hive, Lawal Scott Erickson Architects, and Studio Five, the US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, the USA, is the new home to America’s football team the Minnesota Vikings.
The stadium with angular protrusions and a roof which is partly made of the plastic film came to global attention in 2018 due to its becoming the venue for this year’s Super Bowl.
Cheomdan Badminton Court, South Korea, by JHW IROJE Architects
JHW IROJE Architects built the riverside Cheomdan Badminton Court in Gwangju, South Korea.
The badminton center is made from concrete which is colored to match the surrounding earth, with skylights clad in steel providing light for the large hall.
Bamboo Sports Hall, Thailand, by Chiangmai Life Architects
Bamboo Sports Hall in Chiangmai, Thailand is a zero-carbon sports hall which was built by Chiangmai Life Architects. As a specialist in building with bamboo, the sports hall will be used for futsal, basketball, badminton, and volleyball.
Golf Exécutif Montréal, Canada, by Architecture49
This clubhouse at a golf course in Montréal, Canada, is covered with a huge wooden roof which will shelter players by using driving ranges in case of bad weather.
The roof of this curved building is cantilevered out from the central building which contains an open-plan lounge with a pro shop, a bar, a reception hall, and some administrative offices.
Atlantic Pavilion, Portugal, by Valdemar Coutinho Arquitectos
The brutalist sports facility of Pedro Barbosa School, named the Atlantic Pavilion, is designed to be used by not only the school’s students but also the community of Viana do Castelo, Portugal.
The sports hall which is 650-square-meter is assessed from a concrete entrance pavilion which has angular surfaces in order to funnel the daylight into the public foyer.