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Hatvan Multifunctional Sport and Event Hall



Multifunctional Sport and Event Hall, Hungary, Hungarian Architecture Development, Leisure Building Photos
Hatvan Multifunctional Sport and Event Hall in Hungary
15 Oct 2020
Hatvan Multifunctional Sport and Event Hall
Design: Napur Architect Kft.
Location: Hatvan, Hungary
The moment of assembling Hatvan Multifunctional Sport and Event Hall

Thoughts and lines assembled into a system – or quite the opposite: disintegrated structure bursted by inner impulses, that is held together by its own gravity" Either solution we choose, the new Hatvan Handball Hall designed by Architects Marcel Ferencz és György Détári is standing in front of us as a moment captured during a course of a process.

The concept of the building becomes clear if we read and interpret it in the space and timescale of the city. Thinking about development of a new sport venue and its role in the industrial brownfield between Óhatvan and Újhatvan ? between the old and new district of the city – began in 2012.
As an assignment by Frigyes Philipp – the Principal Architect in Charge of the Region – the designers of Napur Architect were commissioned to create a Masterplan for the whole brownfield area, in they framed the area into a chessboard-like matrix of cultural-, commercial-, green-, leisure and sport functional blocks.

This was a long-term and complex strategy dealing with infrastructural, urbanistic, and civic design problems, outlining a new zone between the two districts, th...
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