Fuyang Yinhu Sports Center - Shooting, Archery and Modern Pentathlon Venue for the Asian Games

  • Prize
    Winner in Architectural Design - Recreational
  • Company/Firm
    ACRC,The Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University
  • Lead Designer
    Hu Huifeng
  • Design Team
    Zhang Chenfan, Fang Hua, Lv Ning, Huang Diqi, Zhu Jinyun and Zhang Ziquan
  • Architect
    The Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University
  • Interior Designer
    Ye Jian, Huang Jianghui and Lin Yunhui
  • Lighting Designer
    Wang Xiaodong, Wang Junjie, Liu Yihan, Feng Baile and Wu Xuhui
  • Const. Company
    Shanghai Baoye Group Corp., Ltd.
  • Photographer Credit
    Zhao Qiang, Wu Qingshan
  • Location
    Yinhu New District, Fuyang,Hangzhou, Zhejiang,China
  • Client
    Hangzhou Fuyang Yinhu New District Construction Co., Ltd.
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The project combines the regional characteristics of Hangzhou and the concept of green and sustainable development, constructs a cultural Asian Games with low-tech means, and realizes a green Asian Games with economical means, which fully embodies the theme of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games "green, intelligence, conciseness and civilization".
The design combines the landscape imagery with the characteristics of Fuyang, and takes the simple form, efficient use function and compact space layout as the starting point of the design. The building form is square and concise, the combination of functional spaces is efficient, the building materials are environmentally friendly and cost-effective. The façade uses a parametric and pixelated approach, using modular low-cost standard components, arranged and combined to form a curtain wall. Based on a single unit louver module, through the design of more than 37,000 unit grids with different rotation angles, the low-tech and simple way of rotating shafts is used to complete different unit projected areas, so as to achieve "using louvers as pens and sunlight as ink",once again sketching out the natural scenery along the Fuchun River.