Architects from all over the world come with a very engineered structure combined with many sustainable features, and sports stadiums are no exceptions. Lately, we’ve seen from various sports stadium will be a green city and beyond, most of the proposed new design for a sports stadium in the world of green in a way or another. Here we have a joy for all eco conscious sports fans – a list of the most beautiful sports stadiums and environment friendly in the world.
1. Garden Stage
China’s Dalian Shide Stadium will get a new life with green improvements that will get from Cox Architects. This proposal for redesigning the old stadium will bear the new and improved stadium will be known as Park Stadium. This is designed to mimic a park with green walls, which filter the air, reducing greenhouse gases and also provide an adequate level of isolation. Inside the walls feature giant LED panel, which is supported by wind turbines and solar cells mounted on the walls, roof and site
2. Nationals Park
The Nationals stadium, ballpark for the Washington Nationals is now here to make a difference with eco-friendly credentials. Dubbed as Nationals Park, U.S. $ 611 million baseball stadium, including energy-efficient lighting, low flow water features, and 6300 square feet of green roof that covers the concession area. Another interesting feature adopted water filtration system was built just below the stadium, which is made using a sand filter pollutants from water. Unique filtration system also separates the water used to clean the ballpark from rainwater that falls on the average, treating both sources before releasing all the water for sanitation and storm water systems.
3. Incheon Stadium
After designing a next-gen architecture that will be sustainable futuristic residence, architects are now working on the game can be made green way. Solid and Heerim Architects and planners have come up with the master plan for the Stadium, Incheon in South Korea that will host the Asian Games to 17 in 2014. Adapted Stadium will have seating capacity of 70,000 for the Asian Games and will change to 30,000 seat stadium and a public park after the game ended. The design will be connected to the surrounding park to make it open, accessible buildings for visitors.
4. Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium that combines state-of-the-art engineering with sustainability has a bubble-like façade and is expected to be completed in 2010. Designed by Cox Architects, the stadium will have enough room to accommodate about 30,000 spectators and features a unique design support, combined with the triangle panelized façade using 50% less steel than a typical cantilevered roof structure. Envelope consists of a combination of glass, metal and louvers, and the architects are planning the integration of thin film photovoltaics that will help power the LED light unit of the stadium.Dome also will feature rainwater harvesting system, natural lighting and natural ventilation to reduce dependence on the electrical structure of the network.
5. Franco Sensi
Gino Zavanella recently launched a blueprint for a new stadium in Rome, who was called Franco Sensi, and entirely covered with solar panels.Here, you can see the blast message via eyelid blink the LED screen when the game is active. Catering to fans of Italian football, the Gau arena in Rome also will have a museum highlighting the integral exploitation of Roma soccer team. addition, you will see the base equipped with modern facilities such as restaurants, lounges, and bars are used to complement the seat. A highly efficient photovoltaic solar panels will depend on the peripheral membrane zinc-titanium shell. There will be water-resistant coating that 80% of all light to pass through.
6. Tokyo Olympic Stadium
While the IOC is only one of the winners announced today that the city will host the 2016 Olympics, Tokyo 2016 Bid Team has announced that the Tokyo Olympic Stadium will serve the environment, because it will be the first of its kind to be supported entirely solar energy. Bid also includes renovation of several existing sports facilities that will reduce the demand for new materials and new structures that can have negative effects on ecosystems. In addition to providing green power, the stadium also will offer a game plan of the most compact in history, with 97% of the places within an 8km radius of the Olympic Stadium and Olympic village located in downtown Tokyo.
7. New Meadowlands Stadium
New York Giants, New York Jets and the United States Environmental Protection Agency have joined forces to make the New Meadowlands Stadium one of the greenest sports came in 2010. A former Brownfield site will soon see a stadium that will include the use of recycled 40,000 tons of steel, concrete and environmentally friendly seating makes some of the plastics recycling and scrap metal. Special attention to aspects such as will energy efficiency and water consumption. As far as concessions plates, cups and trays worry, everything will be made from environmentally friendly materials. In order to reduce the harmful effects of carbon emissions on the environment, all vehicles used during construction will be run on clean diesel fuel.
8. 2014 Winter Olympic Stadium
The main stadium for the 2014 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held in Sochi, Russia will be designed by the populous. Stadium with a seating capacity of 40,000 is expected to incorporate sustainable features such as skin glistening crystals, which will pass in the day and comes alive at night with colors and scenes games. Eco-stadium is expected to include features such as technology advanced materials, lightweight structure, day lighting and natural ventilation. Will turn into one of the most fascinating eco-stadium in the world.
9. London 2012 Olympic stadium
Designed by HOK Sport and Peter Cook, in the 2012 London Olympic Stadium will create a wave of sustainable design. The material will have low impact on the planet will go into the construction. A slim, compact and lightweight stadium façade will include environmentally friendly jute wrapped. Materials that will go into the making of this fascinating eco-stadium recycling-based polymers and hemp cloth.
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