After the successful 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament – with games such as Germany-Portugal 4:0 and Spain-Netherlands 1:5 – the award-winning stadium Arena Fonte Nova will stage ten Olympic football matches in August 2016.
The German national team (U-23) will play against Mexico (August 4) and South Korea (August 7), whilst Brazil will play against Denmark.
Men’s Olympic Football Competition
04. Aug Fiji – South Korea
04. Aug Mexico – Germany
07. Aug Fiji – Mexico
07. Aug Germany – South Korea
10. Aug Japan – Schweden
10. Aug Denmark – Brazil
13. Aug Winner Group B – Runner-up Group A
Women’s Olympic Football Competition
09. Aug Australia – Simbabwe
09. Aug New Zeeland – France
12. Aug Runner-up Group E – Runner-up Group F
The famous residential house in Beverly Hills, which received a Gold Medal Award by the AIA and was published in numerous architectural magazines around the world, has been fully renovated and is shining brightly 40 years after its erection.
Despite its age, the house still demonstrates a state-of-the-art system building for residential building.
Schulitz Architecture in collaboration with Comfort Architecten (Bruneck) were awarded with the 3. Prize in an international design competition for an ice rink complex in Bruneck / Italy.
Due to its distinctive design, the new sports complex is a new landmark for the city of Bruneck.
The sports complex consists of two ice rinks, one for ice hockey and the other for training purposes, as well changing rooms, VIP-Areas and catering facilities.
The design of the complex with its facade and soft curvature presents itself as uniform building in spite of various different incorporated functions.
The choice of wood as the main material for the roof structures and the facade reflect the areas tradition for wood.
“This football stadium shows that intelligent design can always come up with new solutions enabling the operator to create additional events and sources of income. There are three main advantages to leaving the southern stand open to the lakeside. It invites stadium visitors to enjoy not only football matches but also the beautiful surroundings with the lake.
lt also makes the natural ventilation of the stadium interior highly efficient, and finally the plaza space offers flexibility for many different events of different sizes. In the jury’s opinion, this stadium shows a perfect compromise between expectations of football fans and the operator’s interest in maximizing multifunctional use.”
– The Jury –
The IAKS Congress for the Design, Construction, Modernization and Management of Sports and Leisure Facilities is the longest-standing international forum for experts in sports and leisure facilities.
Schulitz Architects are proud to announce winning the highest award in the Global Galvanizing Awards 2015 for the Central Bus Station in Haldensleben, Germany! Schulitz’s project was selected from 45 entries from 5 continents. The ceremony took place in Liverpool on June 9th!