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CKA冰球馆和公园中标方案,圣彼得堡 / 蓝天组

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  • 2021-04-14 09:07



Coop Himmelb(l)au’s design follows the tradition of Russian constructivism


▼项目概览,General view © Coop Himmelb(l)au

At the time of Constructivism, Russia produced unique milestones in architectural history. Artists such as Tatlin and El Lissitzky inspired architects worldwide and redefined the level of artistic aspiration in architecture. The design of the new CKA Ice Hockey Arena in St. Petersburg follows the tradition of this unique era of constructivism, where everything was possible, and translates its expressive, open design language into a contemporary context: the filigree framework of its construction, based on Tatlin’s “Monument to the Third International,” is transferred to the flowing, dynamic movement of a person skating around the stadium.

▼设计草图,sketch © Coop Himmelb(l)au


A vibrant heart at the center of the newly created park


Without changing the existing planning inside the arena, a second, transparent cladding is created, which serves as a supporting structure for the overlying, dynamically cantilevered roof. This filigree construction is only interrupted by arches at those points where the stairs to the ring-shaped plinth are placed. This creates a covered arcade that is protected from wind and rain that can also be used for merchandising shops and food stands. Balconies, which are attached to the thermal shell within these arcades, connect the functional areas inside the arena with the protected outside space and can also be used as lounges and restaurant terraces outside of event times.

▼轻盈而连续的框架在通往环形基座的楼梯处变为巨大的拱形结构 © Coop Himmelb(l)au
The filigree construction is only interrupted by arches at those points where the stairs to the ring-shaped plinth are placed


A transparent media screen made of LED dots inside the glass envelope communicates the current events over a large area in the area around the arena. The roof of the arena is shaped like a flattened dome. This is equipped with solar panels on the side facing the sun and equipped with an LED screen above the main entrance, which can be seen from afar.These measures transform the building into the vibrant heart at the center of the newly created park complex for the people of St. Petersburg, usable around the clock.

▼带顶拱廊,the covered arcade © Coop Himmelb(l)au

▼主入口LED屏,LED screen above the main entrance © Coop Himmelb(l)au


A park for year-round use


The park, with its event and sports areas, is designed for year-round use. It is criss-crossed by two categories of path networks: The first category is straight axes that connect important points in the park and enable quick traversal of the facilities. The vectors of these access routes are derived from a work by El Lissitzky and are symbolic of power and energy. The second category consists of paths that wind through the park and invite you to stroll. Various zones for sports and leisure activities are embedded in these path networks. The respective zones, with their different functional areas, flow smoothly into one another and are still spatially perceptible for the visitor. At the edge of the zones, spectator stands are integrated into the landscape and protect the respective sports fields from the wind.

▼冰球馆和公园鸟瞰,the CKA Arena and Park – aerial view © Coop Himmelb(l)au

Planning: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, Wolf D. Prix & Partner ZT GmbH
Design Principal: Wolf D. Prix
Managing Partner: Markus Prossnigg
Design Partner: Alexander Ott
Project Partner: Benjamin Schmidt
Project Team: Poltak Pandjaitan, Tyler Bornstein, Balbina
Scheitnagl, Shir Katz, Eren Adan
3D Visualization: Constantin Papachristopoulos,
Christos Grapas, Iraklis Alexandros Kallioras, Tudor Sabau
Graphic: Jan Rancke
Structural Engineering: B+G Ingenieure Bollinger und Grohmann GmbH | Vienna
Prof. Klaus Bollinger, Moritz Heimrath, Adam Orlinski
Facade Engineering: B+G Ingenieure, Bollinger and Grohmann S.a.r.l. | Paris
Niccolo Baldassini, Nicolas Polaert
Lighting Design: a·g Licht GbR Planungsbüro | Köln
Wilfried Kramb
Landscape Planning: Rajek Barosch Landschaftsarchitektur | Vienna
Oliver Barosch
Traffic Planning: Rosinak & Partner ZT GmbH | Vienna
Philip Rosinak
Gross Floor Area (Public Benefits): 14.699m²
Length: 333m
Width: 265m
Height: 59m
Facade Area: 22.178m² (incl. 11 631m² LED Screen)
Roof Area: 65.519m² (incl. 11 680m² Solar Panels)
Seats: 23.206

Park Program
Kids World:
Family recreation zone, Entertainment zone, equipped with a children’s playground complex, sandboxes, slides, swings, climbing figures, balancers, spiral nets, and other playground equipment
Ice World:
Facilities for the arrangement of a festival area; Facilities for ice rink area for public skating, organized in cold season in the festival zone
Sports area:
Athletic track for training sessions of masters, children’s youth sports schools and other visitors, Sports grounds for game sports, Football field with the possibility of dividing the football field into at least 3 smaller ones (year-round use can be provided) In addition the football field shall locate 1 hockey field on the area of the football field
Urban Island:
Facilities intended for outside activities (skate park, exercise equipment zones, climbing zones, etc. can be provided)
General Facilities:
Mobile and stationary stands, construction of a sports pavilion (changing rooms, storage rooms, medical facilities, rental may be provided); Administrative and technical rooms (pavilions) for the operation of the Park (entrance groups, security posts can be provided, Multifunctional pavilion for sports and leisure activities
Site Area: 300.096m²
Gross Floor Area (Functions): 126.500m²
Green Area: 78.000m²
Parking spots:
below ground: 24.066m²
above ground: 18.400m²
Competition: 2020