Sports Hall La Minais

Sports Hall La Minais

Architect
Bohuon Bertic Architectes
Location
Sainte-Luce-sur-Loire, France | View Map
Project Year
2021
Category
Sports Centres
©Juan Cardona
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
WindowsTechnal
Vinyl FlooringTarkett
Tapiflex Excellence 80
Aluminum standing seamKalzip
Metal cladding and deckArcelor Mittal
WindowsBluetek
Sport lightingNLXL

Product Spec Sheet
Windows
SOLEAL 55 Evolution, Curtain walls, GEODE 52 by Technal
Vinyl Flooring
Tapiflex Excellence 80 by Tarkett
Aluminum standing seam
by Kalzip
Metal cladding and deck
Windows
by Bluetek
Sport lighting
by NLXL

Sports Hall La Minais

Bohuon Bertic Architectes as Architects

Key project in the Minais district’s development, the sports hall is written as a winding that unifies the entire programme in a gesture on the landscape scale. The project is composed of three main elements: the multi-sports area, the bodily expression room and the service areas. Organised in a stepped ring around the high volume of the multi-sports area, the orthogonal partition determines a use on each side and sectors easily practices with or without public. The transition from the ground, grading the reading scales, minimises the verticality of the building and softens the relationship with the environment.

photo_credit ©Juan Cardona
©Juan Cardona

The construction system is based on a ground floor level in concrete for walls and floors. The emerging volumes are made of metal frame with beams reaching 40m in the multi-sports area. A triple-skin façade with external insulation constitutes a uniform envelope. The standing seam cladding is composed of perforated and opaques aluminium sheets laid in variable horizontal lines. In this unitary cladding, the main entrance and the terrace are immediately revealed as major elements.

photo_credit ©Juan Cardona
©Juan Cardona

The project is written with quiet and bright tones created calm and serene atmospheres both inside and outside.

photo_credit ©Juan Cardona
©Juan Cardona

The clubs, sports associations and school groups are located on the ground floor, while the spectators are installed on the first floor. A large stairway leads up the public to the stands and to the reception area.

photo_credit ©Juan Cardona
©Juan Cardona

The reception room, generously glazed, is open both to the multi-sports area and toward the park through a long window extended by an accessible terrace.

photo_credit ©Juan Cardona
Caption
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Material Used:
1. Facade cladding: Aluminum standing seam, Kalzip
2. Flooring: Tiles, Pavigrès
Vinyl looring Tapiflex Excellence, Tarkett
3. Windows: Aluminum, Curtain wall, Technal
Skydom, Bluetek
4. Roofing: Metal cladding and deck, Arcelor Mittal
5. Interior lighting: Sport lighting, NLX
6. TAGS :
Gyms
Plans of sport facilities
Sport Halls
Glass façades
Glass
White
Metals
Perforated
Details of façades
Façade cladding system
Metal claddings

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