This is a curious case of Redesigning sport center Leonberg Germany. The redevelopment has give the Sport Center Leonberg architectural quality, brightness and atmosphere.
The functional ways have also been much improve: The newly install elevator, such as, now facilitates disabled access to the building. The redevelopment of the Sport Center Leonberg dating from the 1970s was divide into two stages of construction.
New Look After Redesigning Sport Center Leonberg Germany
During the first stage, the two sports halls and the bathing hall were refurbish with adjoining rooms and technical installations. While the outdoor facilities were partly remodel. The second phase involves the restructuring and complete redevelopment of the sauna area, comprising a sauna with a view and a sauna garden.
While the indoor swimming pool and the two sports halls have been open to bathers and sportspeople since February 2014, the structural conversion work in the sauna area will begin shortly.
Design Consideration for Sport Center Leonberg Germany :
The triangular shape of the bathing hall continues to characterize the building complex. In order to optimize energy efficiency, all the glass facades in the building have been replace. (The renewal of the front sides will be carry out in the summer of 2014.) – The external appearance of the sports center therefore remains virtually unchange.
All the more surprising is the interior of the refurbish and remodel building complex. The aim here was to optimize the Sport Center Leonberg with regard to its functional requirements and atmospheric effect using minor structural measures.
In order to meet this, the architects have created new floor plans and optimized the layout of routes in the foyer and adjoining rooms. The contemporary material and color design lends the interior an identity of its own and ensures that the Sport Center Leonberg gives a pleasant sense of space.
The entire building technology has also been update – only parts of the bathing water equipment have been retain.
Since redevelopment, the before dark entrance area of the sports center now has an open, bright appearance and has a friendly atmosphere. The glazed entrance facade now offers views into the redesigned foyer.
The reorganization gives this a far more spacious feel – turnstiles and lockers have been move further back and the partition between the bistro and the bathing hall has been fully glaze.
Maximum transparency and flowing transitions are also provided by the flexible folding glass partition wall between the bistro area and the foyer as well as the half-height glazing opening on to the adjoining administration office area.
Sports architecture design:
The concrete surfaces in the entrance area have been repainted and the floor has been re-tiled. For the purposes of orientation, the architects have taken up the old color guidance system that characterizes the building with its color coding: blue guides visitors to the bathing hall while green leads them to the changing areas; orange shows the way to the large sports hall and yellow indicates the way to the gymnasium.
A striking element in the foyer is the existing concrete coffer ceiling. The inner surfaces of the coffers have been painted by the colors of the routing system, leading visitors to the different areas of the building.
Some of the square fields create visual highlights with illuminated ceilings that have been crafted especially for this Sport Center Leonberg. This allows the existing ceiling structure to stay clear to read, while the foyer has been given an entirely new identity through the use of color and lighting design.
The large bathing hall comprises a pool for swimmers, a learners’ pool and a children’s pool. All the original pools and pool surrounds have been left intact.
The refurbishment work in this area has mainly been concentrated on the ceiling, which has been replaced throughout the baths while the brown timber roof trusses have been painted in white.
Sports complex design space requirements:
The ceiling’s color design eye-catching is with a pattern of green, yellow and blue panels deriving from the triangular form of the roof. The significant work of art in the bathing hall – an undulating lamp design between the swimmers’ and learners pools – has been retained and painted white.
A glass balustrade separates the toddlers’ area from the bathing hall. New components include a glazed cabin for the pool attendant as well as a slide. A pleasant atmosphere is created by the indirect lighting design on the slanted ceiling, down lights along the pool surround, and caved lighting that marks the entrance to the shower area.
Fact File of Redesigning Sport Center Leonberg Germany :
- Location : Sportzentrum Leonberg, Steinstrasse 18, D-71229 Leonberg
- Client : City of Leonberg
- Architect : 4a Architekten GmbH, Matthias Burkart, Ernst Ulrich Tillmanns, Martin Reimer, Hallstrasse 25, D-70376 Stuttgart
- Project management: Christian Voermann
- Team: Nikola Bothschafter, Swantje Hanussek, Martina Henke, Jelena Koneva
- Construction management : 4a Baumanagement GmbH, Achim Zumpfe, Hallstrasse 25, D-70376 Stuttgart
- Team: Stefan Schweizer, Anja Noschka, Marc Holtschmidt
- Structural planning : Weischede, Herrmann und Partner, Beratende Ingenieure, Curiestrasse 2, D-70563 Stuttgart
- Heating, ventilation, sanitation and swimming pool technology : L+P Beratende Ingenieure GmbH, Feldkirchener Strasse 35, D-85540 Haar b. Munich
- Electrical engineering : GBI Gackstatter Beratende Ingenieure GmbH, Schwieberdinger Strasse 56D-70435 Stuttgart
- Building physics : Kurz und Fischer GmbH, Beratende Ingenieure, Brückenstrasse 9, D-71364 Winnenden
- Fire protection : Ralf Kludt Dipl.-Ing. (FH), Sachverständige + Ingenieure für vorbeugenden Brandschutz, Leonhardstraße 13, D-70182 Stuttgart
- Project control : Klotz und Partner GmbH, Leuschnerstrasse 3, D-70174 Stuttgart
- Planning period : 08/2012 to 12/2013 (sports center and indoor swimming pool), 08/2013 until completion (sauna)
- Construction period : 12/2012 to 01/2014
Front facades: 05/2014 to 07/2014
Sauna: 09/2014 until completion
- Construction costs : approx. 8.9 million Euro net (structural design and technical installations)
- Gross floor area : approx. 10,490 m²
- Gross cubic vol. : approx. 52,360 m³
- Service phases (HOAI) : 1 to 9
- Photographs : David Matthiessen, Stuttgart
Ref : plusmood.com