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Doha Tennis Stadium

Sports & Stadiums Winner: Doha City Tennis Stadium by Arup Associates, Qatar

WINNER

Project: Doha City Tennis Stadium
Locatioon: Qatar
Architect: Arup Associates
Client: Qatar Olympic Committee

Characterised by the pure form of a conical bowl surrounded by a swooping ribbon of concourses, this is a self-shading 15,000 seat zero-carbon stadium which is naturally ventilated during cool periods. Cutting-edge concentrated solar-collector arrays generate high-temperature hot water to drive steam chillers to produce zero-carbon chilled water for spectator cooling. [???] VIP lounges around the arena are a first for a tennis venue.The judges said: ‘A beautiful piece of architecture combining exemplary environmental strategies with rigorous structural engineering.’

Share an evening with international architects and clients

If you are going to be at MIPIM this year make sure you join us at the annual MIPIM AR Future Projects Awards evening. The dinner is firmly established as the central architecture event of the week in Cannes and is MIPIM’s largest sit-down dinner.

The Future Projects Awards dinner, chaired by Paul Finch, editorial director of the Architectural Review, celebrates new architectural thinking and offers first class hospitality and a perfect opportunity to impress and entertain clients during MIPIM.

To reserve your place contact Laura.Scanlan@emap.com or call +44 (0)3303 2668 or book online.

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