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nov 05, 2012

japan national stadium competition shortlisted projects

japan’s new national stadium, shortlisted designs announced
all images courtesy of
japan sport council
zaha hadid’s proposal (above)

 

the shortlisted entries for the new japanese stadium have just been released by the japan sport council. some of the highlighted firms include toyo ito,
SANAA and azusa sekkei from japan. zaha hadid and popluous from the UK, gmp architekten from germany and UNStudio from the netherlands.
11 shortlisted projects were selected from 46 proposals, which will now proceed to the second and final round. the first, second and third prizes will be
conducted on november 7th with the announcement of the results and award ceremony scheduled for later in the month.

the 80,000-seat stadium is set to be a candidate to host the 2020 olympic and paralympic games and will be the venue for the 2019 rugby world cup.
the new design will also be offered as a venue for the FIFA world cup, the IAAF world championships athletics, concerts and a wide range of other
cultural and artistic events.

see our designboom article announcing the competition here.

 

 

 


entry no. 17
zaha hadid architects
zaha hadid (GBR)

 


zaha hadid, great britain

 

 

 


zaha hadid, great britain

 

 

 


entry no. 2
cox architecture pty ltd.
alastair ray richardson (AUS)


cox architecture, australia

 

 

 


cox architecture, australia

 

 

 

 


cox architecture, australia

 

 

 

 


entry no.12

UNStudio / yamashita sekkei inc.
UNStudio van berkel en bos U.N. studio B.V (NED)

 


UNStudio, the netherlands /  yamashita sekkei, japan

 

 

 


UNStudio, the netherlands /  yamashita sekkei, japan

 

 

 


UNStudio, the netherlands /  yamashita sekkei, japan

 

 

 

 

 


entry no. 9

populous 
rod sheard (GBR)

 


populous, great britain

 

 

 

 


populous, great britain

 

 

 

 


populous, great britain

 

 

 

 


entry no. 24

tabanlioğlu architects consultancy limited company   
ihsan murat tabanlioğlu (TUR)


tabanlioğlu architects consultancy limited company, turkey

 

 

 

 


tabanlioglu architects, turkey

 

 

 

 


tabanlioglu architects, turkey

 

 

 

 

 


entry no. 26
dorell.ghotmeh.tane / architects & A+architecture
tsuyoshi tane (FRA)


dorell. ghotmeh.tane / architects & A+architecture, france

 

 

 

 


dorell.ghotmeh.tane / architects & A+architecture, france

 

 

 

 


dorell.ghotmeh.tane / architects & a+architecture, france

 

 

 

 


entry no. 32
azusa sekkei co., ltd.
fumihiko sugitani (JPN)

 


azusa sekkei co., ltd., japan

 

 

 

 


azusa sekkei co., ltd., japan

 

 

 

 


azusa sekkei co., ltd., japan

 

 

 

 


entry no. 33
toyo ito & associtaes, architects
toyo ito (JPN)

 


toyo ito, japan

 

 

 

 


toyo ito, japan

 

 

 


toyo ito, japan

 

 


entry no. 34
SANAA + nikken sekkei ltd.
kazuyo sejima (JPN)

SANAA + nikken sekkei ltd., japan

 

 

 

 


SANAA + nikken sekkei ltd., japan

 

 

 

 


SANAA + nikken sekkei ltd., japan

 

 

 


entry no. 35
gmp architekten GmbH
hubert nienhoff (GER)

 


gmp architekten, germany

 

 

 

 


gmp architekten, germany

 

 

 

 


gmp architekten, germany

 

 

 


entry no. 37
mitsuru man senda and environment design institute
junko senda (JPN)

 


mitsuru man senda and environmental design institute, japan

 

 

 

 


mitsuru man senda and environmental design institute, japan

 

 

 

 


mitsuru man senda and environmental design institute, japan

  • from the inside, aren’t they all pretty much the same?

    JJ says:
  • six japanese selected in a world-wide competition in Japan …

    PP says:
  • “six japanese selected in a world-wide competition in Japan …”
    so what?
    would you care to elaborate?

    the two projects that i liked most are part of “those six” . . .

    inev says:
  • I see 4 japanese teams, not 6?

    L says:
  • GMP FTW!

    aue says:
  • the real problem is, the grass doesn’t grow. not enough light reaches the ground.
    the second problem is mixing track and pitch sports mean spectators are not involved.
    The viewing experience of them all looks miserable.
    None of them look like they address any of the real issues concerned with spectating.

    mackenzie collins says:
  • They dont have all the interior images here, several designs include extending seating further when holding football or rugby matches. And no matter what roof void, you will inevitably need extra artificial UV lighting given the region and the requirements of around 4 hours (if i recall right) of direct sunlight per day.

    ctl says:
  • JAPAN 1-2 BRAZIL…SANAA’s style..

    rw says:
  • SANAA and Cox stadiums look pretty innovative; Hadid’s version is just a stolen replica of the Cowboys stadium with a fancier skin/site design. The rest are not even close in my opinion. I really like what Cox did. I would have comissioned them, with the condition that they consult with a local Japanese design firm to beef up the styling.

    jbarnes says:
  • Zaha design is on top

    ateeq says:

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