Stadia The Populous Design and Development Guide

ISBN-10: 0415522706
ISBN-13: 9780415522700
Edition: 5th 2013 (Revised)
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Book details

Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 2/25/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

In this completely updated and redesigned edition of the essential and long-established Stadia, the authors offer their unrivalled expertise to all professionals who commission, plan, design, and manage high-quality sports venues.Ideas about the design and use of stadiums are evolving and this fifth edition will include the latest developments in the field. The chapters on sustainability and masterplanning have been completely updated and a new chapter on temporary sports buildings added. In addition, new case studies from recent projects around the world are included as the latest influential new buildings.In addition to a wide array of international information sources, the authors were able to draw on the experience of the design firm that delivered the 2010 Aviva stadium, Dublin, the 2004 Benfica stadium, Lisbon, the 2009 Soccer City FNB Stadium, Johannesburg and the 2011 Olympic Stadium, London.

Architect, The Lobb Partnership.

Foreword
The stadium as a building type
A venue for watching sport
History
Current requirements
The future
The importance of the stadium as a building type
Economics of stadia
Stadium technology
Ergonomics and the environment
What is the future for the stadium?
Masterplanning
The need for a masterplan at all sports grounds
Orientation of play
Zoning of the venue
Event overlay - what needs to be added to hold the event
Security against terrorism
Stadia in the city
External planning
Location
Transportation
Provision of parking
Stadium landscaping
Form and structure
The stadium as architecture
Structure and form
Materials
The playing surface
Foundations
Seating tiers
Concourses, stairs and ramps
Roof
Security and anti-terrorism measures
Introduction
The threats from terrorism
Authorities
Implications for management and operation
Responses by the design team
Conclusion
Activity area
Playing surfaces
Pitch dimensions, layout and boundaries
Sports and multi-purpose use
Introduction
National sports traditions
Financial viability
Catering for different sports
Catering for non-sports performances
Crowd control
General
Perimeter fences
Moats
Changes of level
Providing for disabled people
Equal treatment
Sources of information
Design process
Spectator viewing
Introduction
Ground capacity
Viewing distances
Viewing angles and sightlines
Obstructions to viewing
Spectator seating
Basic decisions
Seat types
Seat materials, finishes and colours
Choice
Dimensions
Seat fixings
Seating for spectators with disabilities
Private viewing and facilities
Introduction
Trends
Design
Multi-use
Circulation
Basic principles
Stadium layout
Access between Zone 5 and Zone 4
Access between Zone 4 and Zone 3
Overall design for inward movement
Overall design for outward movement
Elements
Facilities for people with disabilities
Food and beverage catering
Introduction
Automatic vending machines
Concessions
Bars
Self-service cafeterias, food courts and restaurants
Luxury restaurants
Toilet provision
Toilet provision generally
Toilets for spectators
Scales of provision for spectator toilets
Location of spectator toilets
Detailed design
Retail sales and exhibitions
Introduction
Advance ticket sales
Programme sales
Gift and souvenir shops
Museums, visitor centres and stadium tours
The media
Basic planning
Outside facilities
Press facilities
Radio broadcast facilities
Television broadcast facilities
Reception, conference and interview rooms
Provision for disabled people
Administrative operations
Basic planning
Facilities for permanent management
Facilities for temporary events management
Facilities for visitors
Provision for stewards
Facilities for police and security officials
Toilets
First aid facilities for staff and spectators
Provision for disabled people
Facilities for players and officials
Basic planning
Players' facilities
Team management facilities
Officials' facilities
Medical examination facilities
Ancillary facilities
Provision for disabled people
Services
Lighting systems
Closed-circuit television systems
Sound systems
Heating and cooling systems
Fire detection and fighting systems
Power supply and event continuation
Water supply and drainage services
Information technology
Maintenance
Introduction
Pitch maintenance
Stand maintenance
Operation and funding
Stadium finances
Capital costs
Operating costs
Income generation
Controlling costs and revenues
Conclusion
Sustainable design
What is sustainable design
Re-use
Reduce
Recycle
Planting and green roofs
Certification
Future technologies
Brand activation
Maximising revenue
Time, not space
Brand activation through integration: The fan experience
Marrying team brand with commercial identities
The process
Stadia briefing guide
Video screens and electronic scoreboards
Case studies
Allianz Arena Munich, Germany
Amsterdam Arena Amsterdam, Netherlands
Anz Stadium Sydney, Australia
Arizona Cardinals Stadium Phoenix, USA
Ascot Racecourse Ascot, UK
Astana Stadium Astana, Kazakhstan
At&T Park San Francisco, USA
Aviva Stadium Dublin, Ireland
Braga Municipal Stadium Braga, Portugal
Cowboys Stadium Dallas, USA
Donbass Arena Donetsk, Ukraine
Emirates Stadium London, UK
Forsyth-Barr Stadium Dunedin, New Zealand
Greenpoint Stadium Cape Town, South Africa
Heinz Field Pittsburgh, USA
Marlins Park Miami, USA
Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne, Australia
Telstra Dome Melbourne, Australia
Nanjing Sports Park Nanjing, China
Oita Stadium Oita, Japan
Olympic Stadium London, UK
The Oval London, UK
Reliant Stadium Houston, USA
Salzburg Stadium Salzburg, Austria
Soccer City Johannesburg, South Africa
Soldier Field Chicago, USA
Stade De France Paris, France
Statteg Sports And Leisure Facility, Graz, Austria
Wembley Stadium London, UK
Westpac Stadium Wellington, New Zealand
Wimbledon Aeltc: Centre Court London, UK

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