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“Constantin Jude” Hall - Olimpia in Timisoara

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Aleea F. C. Ripensia, Timis
Banat, Romania

Sports Hall was designed to have a polyvalent character, beside the sportive function, the hall had to be able to accommodate meetings, conferences, concerts, street theater. This polyvalence required by the theme generated a square plan with tribunes (2100 seats) placed on one side, the capacity of the hall depending on the activity could reach up to 3000 seats. The main volume accommodate, besides the sport field and the tribune, also the lobby, ticket office, phone box, wardrobe, toilets and buffet. The secondary volume had the locker room, administration, warehouse, and technical spaces. The very modern architecture puts in evidence the relation between the two volumes, that is also accentuated by the color difference between these two, white simili stone is the main volume and red marble is the secondary volume. The functional dimension is provided by a logical plan, very simple and functional. The interior space of the hall is delimited by the apparent metal structure of the roof.