Guangzhou Gymnasium by Paul Andreu

The Guangzhou Gymnasium, which opened this July, is one of the main facilities being used for the 9th National Games of the Republic of China in 2001.
The sports complex is situated at the foot of the Baiyun Hills in a protected landscape, an open space in the otherwise very dense city of Canton, where construction is not permitted. The public facilities for outside activities are set amidst the greenery in the 18 hectar natural park.
After the competition phase the Canton City Government brought several improvements to the initial project by deciding to move a newly planned road system elsewhere and not build a hotel on the site. Instead they have been looking at the possibility of a connecting road between the gymnasium park and a new park situated at the foot of the hills.

Guangzhou Gymnasium by  Paul Andreu

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