Super-Stadium For The 2022 Winter Olympics By Alan Lu

Alan Lu revealed his proposal, Super-Stadium, for Olympic Complex for Harbin's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympic. Super-Stadium for the 2022 Winter Olympics Game © Alan Lu.
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Programs, verticality and typological layers are the core elements to Alan Lu's design proposal.Super-Stadium © Alan Lu. originally appeared on eVolo
Typological layers, or typological organizer, defines a robust architectural 'engine'. A project Typological Organizer Skyscraper by Swiss architects Thomas Favre-Bulle, Mathieu Hefti and Simon Potier, explored this typological organizer process. This project was proposed for the edition 2010 of the eVolo Skyscrapers Competition.Typological Organizer Skyscraper © Thomas Favre-Bulle, Mathieu Hefti, Simon Potier.
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According to Favre-Bulle, Hefti and Potier, complexity handling and real-time reactivity capability are added to this engine which, then, set up 'an automated process of spatialization driven by internal typological parameters and external environmental factors.'Super-Studio © Alan Lu. Originally appeared on eVolo
This design process appears to allow much more flexibility to the building in terms of not only articulation the inner spaces but also the use of the building.
Super-Stadium © Alan Lu. Originally appeared on eVolo
This appears to be the same design process used for Alan Lu's Super-Stadium. The ground floor is programmed as a cultural landscape with libraries, museums convention halls, and screening rooms.Super-Stadium © Alan Lu. Originally appeared on eVolo
The layers articulate the interior programs. Thus, one layer features the main sports including four large multiuse arenas, while another one, the upper layer, contains a public promenade that, Alan Lu says, connects through the landscape lines with retail store and cafes. Super-Stadium © Alan Lu. Originally appeared on eVolo
Users can watch the sporting events from other programs thanks to the connection of layers through shifts in section.Super-Stadium © Alan Lu. Originally appeared on eVolo
The programs are treated as a vertical tower, as the architect says. Super-Stadium © Alan Lu. Originally appeared on eVolo
This design process results in a complex character of spaces formed by using this method of typological layers. It also allows for a reuse of the building for diverse programs once the sporting events are over.Super-Stadium © Alan Lu. Originally appeared on eVolo
These layers, be they vertical or horizontal, allow natural light to be diffused inside the building, just like fissures.
Source: eVolo