‘Wanda Metropolitano’ Football Stadium, Madrid by Cruz y Ortiz Architects

The concrete body makes up the appearance of the stadium and supports the curved roof

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这座新建的马德里竞技体育场(足球场)名为Wanda Metropolitano,是于1994年完工的老马德里体育场的扩建部分。本项目的目的是建造一座能够容纳大约70,000名观众的最高标准、最高质量的足球场,以便举办一系列欧洲的足球决赛。

The new Club Atlético de Madrid Stadium, Wanda Metropolitano, is the result of the expansion of the old Athletics Stadium of the Community of Madrid, completed in 1994. The project consisted of building a football stadium capable of obtaining the highest qualification that allowed it to host European final competitions, and an approximate capacity of 70,000 spectators.

▼足球场外观,exterior view of the football stadium


▼足球场屋顶结构详图,structural details of the roof

A double objective was achieved with this extension: on one hand, the recognizable image of the previous grandstand was not lost, and on the other, the extension formed a harmonious whole within the old project. The objective was to avoid the new building to be the sum of two different parts. On the contrary, it has sought to achieve a synthesis, a sum of both parts that together would represent the new image of Club Atlético de Madrid.

▼足球场外观,采用白色的弧面屋顶,the exterior view of the football stadium with the white curved roof

▼足球场外观,混凝土主体采用横向窄窗,the exterior view of the football stadium, the concrete body features the horizontal narrow windows

▼足球场外观局部,混凝土主体支撑着弧形屋面,同时也是外观造型的一部分,partial exterior view, the concrete body supports the curved roof, meanwhile, acts as part of the appearance

▼足球场外观局部,partial exterior view of the football stadium


▼体育场内部看台区全景,新老部分完全统一,overview of the interior stands, the new stands use the same motif of the initial stand

▼体育场内部看台区的平台局部,partial interior view of the stands

▼体育场内部夜晚的灯光效果,the light effect of the the interior stadium during the night

▼体育场室内局部,partial view of the interior stadium

▼体育场室内的休息空间,the rest space of the stadium

▼体育场的室内报告厅,the lecture hall of the stadium

The use of concrete contributes to the uniformity and homogeneity sought, since it is not only responsible for bearing the structure of the stands, but also for its final appearance. The new stands use the same motif of the initial stand: the narrow horizontal gaps. On the bodies built in concrete, the roof, another great gesture that unifies the whole, and is responsible for the new image that was intended.

▼施工现场,足球场鸟瞰图,采用弧面屋顶,the construction process, the bird-eye’s view of the football stadium with the curved roof

▼足球场夜景,night views

▼足球场模型,the physical model

▼总平面图,site plan

▼首层平面图,ground floor plan

▼中间层平面图,middle floor plan

▼屋顶平面图,roof plan

▼东立面图,east elevation

▼西立面图,west elevation

▼南立面图,south elevation

▼纵向轴测图,the longitudinal section

▼横向轴测图,the transversal section

Client: Dirección General de Patrimonio del Ayuntamiento de Madrid. Club Atlético de Madrid
Address: Avda. Luis Aragonés, s/n. 28022 Madrid, Spain
Type: Sport and Leisure, Mixed Uses
Status: Built

Design of project: 2007-2010
Construction: 2011-2017
Implementation: 2017

Spectators: 70,000 (VIPs: 7,000)
Main building: 147,398 m2
Other spaces: Offices: 6,088 m2, commercial: 6,870 m2, car park: 34,284 m2
TOTAL: 194,640 m2

Main Architect: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
Collaborators: Blanca Sánchez (project manager), Teresa Cruz (responsable roof construction), Óscar Mínguez (site manager), David de Cos (building services direction), Giordano Baly (interior designer), Miguel Velasco ( fire consultant designer), Sergio Mota, Fco. Javier Moreno, Pablo Ortiz, Rodrigo Ruiz
Interior design: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
Lighting design: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos, Philips
Digital imaging: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
Model: Queipo Maquetas
Photography: Jose Antonio García, Chema Rey, Diego González Souto, FCC, Club Atlético de Madrid, Luís Asín, Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos, Pegenaute
Structural engineering: MC2, Schlaich Bergermann und Partner, Wacker, Geoprin
Climate engineer: Grupo JG
Building physics advisor: Grupo Dinac
Fire safety specialist: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
Health and Safety: Cemosa
Urban planning: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
Survey: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
Site control: Análisis de la Edi cación y Construcción
Constractor: FCC

Demarcación de Madrid 2017 award for the best public work, given by the Colegio de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos. Madrid, Spain.

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