Unique ETFE-Made Tennis Center In Bulgaria



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The distinctive Tennis Complex Varna (Bulgaria) is to consist of two stadiums, five auxiliary fields, a central public space and an underground parking. This modern system designed by an architect Matija Djedovic is a concept to accommodate 14,000 spectators and 1,000 vehicles. The dug-out Stadium 1 will minimize impact on the surrounding, and the inflatable ETFE structure of the central stadium will make it look unique. To have a constant flow of renewable energy, the complex will use piezoelectric plates harnessing energy from the inflow of visitors.
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Via: ecofriend.com
innovative, tennis center, bulgaria

innovative tennis center, bulgaria

innovative tennis center


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