Ohita Stadium

Ohita - 1998

The project foresees an innovative mobile roofing.

Despite the conventional used movement systems for converting large sports areas, the Ohita roofing has been designed to have multi-purpose uses; as football stadiums are essentially “open” and rarely used closed (only in cases of bad weather conditions) the design foresees the use of the roofing also in an “open” position for social and exhibition events.

The main structures are made of two 300m long arches positioned over the rectilinear stands.

The fixed part of the roof system is obtained by transversal beams, placed between the arches and the structures of the stands.

The middle area, which can be opened is 110m span and is made of spatial beams , covered by PTFE membrane. The movement system is rack and pinion and has appropriate locking devices.
Technical Sheet
Performed service
2° ranked structural design
Client
Kajima Corporation Ohita Giappone
Year
1998
Dimensional parameters
Posti
Surface
m2
Cost of the project
119.334.218 €

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