Aviva Stadium: Wacky Sports Green Park Completed in Dublin
Our friends photos ArchDaily recently presented just-completed Aviva Green Stadium in Dublin, Ireland. Designed by densely worked with architects Scott Tallon Walker, a beautiful stadium building sustainable green building features a number of features that allows to integrate into the site, while making best use of available resources.
Designed like a bowl of scanning lens, stage of harvest rainwater to irrigate the field, re-use waste heat for hot water, and resolved by a transparent roof that allows natural light floods the interior space.
Previously called Lansdowne Road Stadium, the recently renovated Stadium Aviva is the world’s oldest international stadium. In designing the sports park and the 50,000 seat populous Architect Scott Tallon Walker has tried to reduce the environmental footprint of the structure as much as possible.
Panoramic roof on the stadium is redundant in terms of ecological character – constructed of transparent material stronger than the inside of the housing while allowing natural light to penetrate, and he collects rainwater to irrigate the sports fields.
North end of the stadium has a gentle slope which plunged the light of day to reach a nearby residence, and a set of smart devices to effectively save energy – for example, the escalator was not working when people stood on it.
Senior Principle populous Ben Vickery said: “We tried to design a decent stadium for sporting events that occur in it, and create a building that works in harmony with the local community and environment.
The design thickness of the roof Aviva to create the image of the sky to reach the ground in a bowl crystal reflection. ”
Aviva Stadium is scheduled to open officially on July 31, when it will host the rugby and football in addition to concerts and other events.