Chinese University of Hong Kong Arena Tom Wiscombe Design Arch2O com

Chinese University of Hong Kong Arena Tom Wiscombe Design Arch2O com is part of Architecture – Composite materials form the patterned panels of the edifice allowing for large pieces to be built without compromising the form Within the applied surface pattern of the building are solar thin film technology which explores the new technological methods of sustainability without compromising appearance Tom Wiscombe describes the building as “simultaneously an object that contains its own context and a contextual object It rests in the site as a bird in a nest, loosely, and without ever fusing together ” Placed atop a platform, the user enters by processing up a series of imposing steps  The interior serves as an indoor arena able to house 3,000 fixed seats with a flexible program able to function as an indoor soccer court to a gathering place Exterior space allows for restaurants

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