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1/2013

Sport halls and arenas

Issue 1/2013 focuses on sports halls. Sustainable and unusual is the sports hall on Milson Island, Australia, which fits skilfully and modestly into its surroundings and makes use of available and renewable construction materials.

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6/2012

Technology in stadiums and arenas

This issue is devoted to new technical and technological opportunities in stadiums and arenas. Equipped with a four-part roof that can be closed within 30 minutes, an extremely versatile stadium opened in August of this year in Lille in northern France.

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5/2012

London 2012

The London Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games are history. A total of 15,000 athletes from over 200 countries aspired to Gold in over 800 competitions.

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04 / 2012

Recreation facilities

“Transformation” is the overriding theme of this “sb”. In China a velodrome is being built on the roof of a café, and in the
Czech Republic there’s an equestrian hall that looks like an oversized stork’s nest.

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3/2012

Swimming Pools

We always look forward particularly to the pools issue of “sb” because summer is on its way here in Cologne and we ask ourselves which of these attractive facilities could be our holiday destination this year. Again, the decision this year isn’t easy.

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2/2012

Sports grounds and stadiums

The opening match of the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship is taking place in Warsaw’s National Stadium on 8 June and the final in Kiev on 1 July. What the two stadiums have in common is their successful synthesis of old and new.

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1/2012

Sports halls and arenas

At the beginning of last year, we announced a number of changes with the aim of making “sb” more international and more readable. We aim to continue along this path.

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