Sports infrastructure

De Rhille Community Centre, Diksmuide, URA Yves Malysse Kiki Verbeeck
When creating De Rhille, a riding centre with accommodation in the village of Woumen at the northeastern end of Belgium’s coastline, commissioned by Sport Vlaanderen, the architects took inspiration from the ordinary barns and stables that are bui
School Campus, Beringen, osar architects
The school campus in Beringen by osar architects is home to the Spectrum College, a group of five schools of lower and higher secondary education, a primary school and a sports complex. This programme is spread over a campus of eleven buildings.
Winge Golf & Country Club, Sint-Joris-Winge, Robbrecht en Daem architecten, (c) Filip Dujardin
The setting of the Winge Golf and Country Club in Sint-Joris-Winge could not be more picturesque. It is surrounded by an idyllic landscape of rolling hills, green pastures and country roads.
Wijkpark De Porre, Gentbrugge, Vandriessche Architecten i.s.m. buro voor vrije ruimte, (c) Olmo Peeters
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De Wijnpers agricultural college, Leuven, (c) Bas Princen
A CASCADE OF STAIRS. A cut-out in the building offers a view onto the surrounding fields and the city in the distance. The agricultural college lies just outside the city centre of Leuven.
Municipal sports centre, Genk, BEL architecten, (c) Luca Beel
IMPRESSIVE SPANS. The listed sports centre of Isia Isgour, with its striking scale-roof construction by André Paduart, was in urgent need of expansion.
Bakala Academy Centre for Sporting Exellence, Leuven - Bogdan & Van Broeck - (c) Frederik Vercruysse
The Bakala Academy is a state-of the art training centre for professional cyclists and other athletes.
WDThangar conversion, Antwerp - Verdickt & Verdickt Architects - (c) Stijn Bollaert
The WDT hangar forms part of Park Spoor Noord in Antwerp, a bold design by Studio Associato Secchi-Viganò that was laid out in 2009 on the site of a 1.6 kilometre long and 150 metre wide former railway yard.
Kiel Neighbourhood Sports Centre - UR architects - (c) Harry Gruyaert
Renaat Braem’s modernist high-rise district lies on one side of Emiel Vloorstraat at Kiel. The flats are almost completely devoid of private outdoor spaces and the large, empty public spaces have little identity.
De Boerekreek sports centre, Coussée & Goris Architects, © Wim Van Nueten
A low, L-shaped volume curves alongside a bend in an asphalt road, with two wings composed of repeating trusses in grey-stained wood.

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