Architecture Euro 2016 stadiums in French
Design stadiums Euro 2016 held
EURO 2016 is over, and unexpected Portugal Europe proved to be the best team this year. The success of the organisation of EURO 2016 not only presents the beauty of the strategy, and the game of the best teams on the continent of Europe, but Euro 2016 is also held at the world-class stadium, located in ten cities in the French.
Design of the stadium – the stadium where the Euro 2016 held, not only magnificent, but also luxury with world-class facilities. we will present some of them below.
SAINT-DENIS (Stade de France, Paris (Saint Denis), France)
The stadium with a capacity of 80,000 seats, and had operated from January 1998. Built ahead of the 1998 FIFA World Cup, the Stade de France has hosted major events of football, rugby, athletics, motor sport and concerts ranging from André Rieu to AC / DC. This venue has a grandstand that can move, that can be drawn to show the part of the athletics track, while the elliptical roof designed to protect spectators. The stadium has been held twice a Champions League final, Real Madrid vs Valencia in 2000 and FC Barcelona vs Arsenal FC six years later. as well as for music concerts, international band U2 made the Stade de France as a concert venue as part of the 360 ° Tour in 2009 and 2010, with an average of 283 084 pennon. Early this morning EURO 2016 final was also held at the stade de france.
LYON (Stade de Lyon)
With a capacity for 58,000 spectators, This stadium is located in the commune of Decines-Charpieu, 10 Km east of downtown Lyon, the stadium has become part of a complex of more than 50 hectares consisting of Olympique Lyonnais training ground as well as hotels and office buildings. As conveyed Lyon mayor Gérard Collomb, the current club president Jean-Michel Aulas laid the first foundation stone in November 2013, that is the international standard stadium dream will become a reality for all people of Lyon. At EURO 2016 Semi-final one of the matches also held in the stadium Lyon.
MARSEILLE (Stade Vélodrome or Le Nouveau Stade Vélodrome)
Stade Vélodrome or Le Nouveau Stade Vélodrome is one of the oldest and second largest stadium in France which became the venue of Euro 2016. Stade Vélodrome is an icon and a hallmark of community pride Marseille. That is why the city council and government Marseille have never received an offer from the private sector to investing and change the name of this stadium.
Stade Vélodrome with establishment started in 1935 and aimed to be the organizer of 1938 World Cup stadium Stade Vélodrome itself was designed by the famous architect Henry Ploquin which incidentally was the architect Stade Municipal Gingham. Stade Vélodrome itself was officially opened on June 13, 1937 through a friendly match between Marseille and the Italian club Torino. Furthermore Stade Vélodrome became the headquarters of the club Olympique de Marseille.
With a seating capacity of 67,000, the stadium is located in the south of the city, on the north bank of the Huveaune, Vélodrome is routinely used as a concert venue since the 1980s and also became a place for political activity. one of the EURO 2016 semi-final was also held here.
LILLE (Stade Pierre-Mauroy)
The stadium is tarletak suburban Villeneuve d’Ascq, 6 km southeast of the city center LilleStade Pierre-Mauroy, also known as Stade Pierre-Mauroy. 50ribuan seat capacity, this stadium has technology that allows the stadium roof can be opened or closed in 30 minutes, while half of the pitch can be raised for use in musical performances and other sports.
Development Stade Pierre Mauroy a cost of approximately 300 Euros also using a combined public and private funds. Design Stade Pierre Mauroy handled by French architecture firm, Eiffage. Besides the roof that can open and close automatically in 30 minutes. So, although in any weather, the event can still take place in the stadium, the stadium’s another advantage is the built-in arena. That is, half the field north are designed to be lifted and shifted to cover half of the rest in the south.
BORDEAUX (Stade de Bordeaux or Nouveau Stade Francais or Stade Matmut Atlantique)
Stade de Bordeaux or Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux, also known as Stade Matmut Atlantique. With a capacity of 42 thousand, handled construction firm Herzog & de Meuron, is assisted by a Group 6, is believed to designing Stade de Bordeaux. Herzog & de Meuron’s own previously also designed the stadium St. Jakob Park in Basel, the Allianz Arena in Munich, and Beijing Olympic stadium. To design the landscape itself is handled by Michel Desvigne, architect graduated from Harvard with his works spread across Europe and the Middle East.
According to the official website Matmut Atlantique, the stadium’s design emphasis lightness elegant structure that impressed him. In addition, aspects of the disclosure are also attached firmly at the Stade de Bordeaux as a symbol of the merging of the stadium with the city of Bordeaux as a whole.
Equipped with, among others, two giant screens, each measuring 70 square meters and 350 small screen, 8500 parking spaces, 19 food outlets, 125 seating for persons with disabilities, as well as 1 corridor measuring 800 meters, 3,000 business class seats, and 1000 seats VIP class, Stade de Bordeaux worthy of being one of the modern stadiums of Europe.
Its architecture combines three integral elements: a bowl (the venue for the game and catch the audience), hallway (the transition elements between the exterior grounds around), and the last appearance of the stadium. All three can be interpreted as an element that makes the stadium unique identity and clean.