Positioned within the city's urban center, the Jingzhou Sports Center in China will not only play host to all sorts of athletic matches, it will serve as a meeting place where visitors can shop, eat, exercise, and hang out at concerts or fairs.

Chinese practice DUO and China National Sports Group collaborated to create the masterplan, which measures 1,800 x 1,540 feet. The tri-fold arrangement includes a gymnasium, aquatic facility and training center, which have all been linked with a roof canopy that wraps around the whole perimeter of the building.

via [Designboom]

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  • Weird how such a repressive regime has been responsible for some truly amazing architecture in the last few years. Reminds me a bit of the Wright Guggenheim.

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