Drieburcht multi sport

Tilburg, 2018

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Drieburcht multi sport

News: June 9, 2015

Drieburcht sports complex on Baunetz Wissen

Good article on Drieburcht sports complex by Kati Türschmann on Baunetz Wissen.
Drieburcht sports complex on Baunetz Wissen

News: May 29, 2015

Keynote Ton Venhoeven on Leisure Congress

On June 18th, the big Leisure Congress will be organised by Architectenweb. The focus of the congress is on the design of hotels, sports centers and cultural buildings. Key notes will be held by speakers Uri Gilad (Office Winhov), Ton Venhoeven (VenhoevenCS) and Patrick Koschuch (Van Dongen-Koschuch).   The Dutch have, in comparison with other countries, relatively short working weeks. We use our spare time to the fullest. The way we spend our free time has been subject to major changes. That provides all kinds of challenges for the design of our leisure facilities – hotels, sports centers and cultural buildings.   As a result of government cutbacks in recent years, the image arose that investment in cultural buildings and sports complexes is put on the backburner. But nothing is less true. Many municipalities want to keep their services at the highest possible level to hold on to their most talented and creative companies. It’s the job of architects to turn limited budgets into smart designs for facilities that serve the urban communities. New designs for sports and cultural buildings show in which direction the solutions must be sought.   Program Leisure Congress The morning session of the Leisure Congress focuses on the developments of ​​ hotels. The afternoon program is about the future of cultural buildings and sports complexes. Sports play an increasingly important social function in the city. The designs of VenhoevenCS are strongly committed to the encounter between the different users (groups). The buildings are also strongly linked to the urban environment. In his keynote architect Ton Venhoeven explores these themes based on several recent projects. Tickets
Keynote Ton Venhoeven on Leisure Congress

Vision & Research: Social impulse of multimodal and public mixed use projects

"redevelopment can play an important role in integrating different population groups in the city"

Social impulse of multimodal and public mixed use projects
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The Wagnerplein (Wagner Square) is a key project within the Tilburg-North area development plan. The developments around the square are intended to make the neighbourhood more attractive to a broader spectrum of the public. The Drieburcht Sports Complex plays an important role in this with its differentiated facilities.

The design of the Drieburcht sports complex is a design for an ideal city and an ideal society in miniature. While society outside the building may be divided into different groups living alongside each other (or with their backs to each other), inside the building we strive to bring people together in relaxed, informal ways.

The atmosphere and activity in this building take on the form of ‘urban theatre.’ People initially come for the swimming or the fitness training, but keep coming back for the lively atmosphere. The most fascinating aspect is the view of each other, the seeing and being seen. The facilities truly do offer something for everyone, but visitors can go through any of the attractive spaces with quality facilities to see how other people are doing other things. Internal lines of sight connect smaller, more intimate spaces with the larger whole. People who like sitting on café terraces and people-watching will enjoy observing the atmosphere and activity throughout the building from wherever they feel most comfortable.

As spectacular as the views inside the building are, the building’s exterior will also turn heads. Created in collaboration with artist Jean-Luc Moerman, it accentuates an extraordinary interplay of volumes and gives the building project a strength, speed and fluidity that form a perfect complement to the functions inside the building.

Name:Drieburcht multi sport
Location:Wagnerplein, Tilburg (NL)
Program:swimming pool complex with competition pool, instruction pool, special needs pool, whirlpool, waterslide, offices, dining, galleries, fitness centre, Olympic sports hall and child-minding facility / nursery
Surface area:12,500 m2 gfa
Assignment:PD, FD, specifications, construction supervision, aesthetic management, after-sales
Period:2008-2013
Client:City of Tilburg
Credits
Team:Ton Venhoeven, Manfred Wansink, Roland Herpel, Wouter de Haas, Tanja Djordjevic, Jos-Willem van Oorschot, Cécilia Gross, Bas Römgens, Tim Habraken
Partners:

Pieters Projectbureau (construction-technical drawings), Jean Luc Moerman (artist, building exterior), Nelissen (installation consultant), Markslag Beljaars (design engineer), Coresta (construction management), Schreven’s BA (construction cost consulting) Heerkens van Bavel & Van Wijnen (contractor)

Images:Filip Dujardin
 
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