JAHNSPORTPARK – Stadion
Type ARENA – 20.000 seats
COMPETITION Final round
Architect & Engineer Sterling Presser
ARCHITECT PSP Weltner Louvieaux Architekten GmbH
Structural & Facade Engineer THORNTON TOMASETTI
Building physics THORNTON TOMASETTI
LANDSCAPE A24 Landschaft
Client SENATSVERWALTUNG Berlin
Jahnsportpark Stadium and Inclusive Park
Sustainability and the use of existing structures are the focal points of the design concept for the 'JAHNSPORTPARK FÜR ALL, GROSS STADION UND INKLUSIONSSPORTPARK'.
Our design is essentially based on the current basic structure, which is strongly determined by the existing pathways, entrances, areas to be preserved, existing trees and buildings. One of the guiding principles of the concept is the preservation of all existing sports infrastructures. The new uses, organised in compact structures, are grouped around a central square at the heart of the site, which becomes the hub of the sports park. The new stadium takes up the axis of the Max Schmeling Hall to create an overall ensemble. It moves closer to Eberswalder Straße, becomes more visible in the urban space and thus creates a strong new address. In addition to the stadium, the concept includes two other efficiently organised hall and functional buildings with active roof use in the form of sports facilities.
Our design is a beacon project for inclusion, participation and equality, which includes the large stadium as well as the sports park as a whole.
In addition to the inclusion requirements, all the buildings are also designed to meet further demands in terms of climate protection and adaptation, the use of resources, energy supply, animal-protected design and the materials used.