Urban space. WIN4 Sports Centre by EM2N

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Architects
EM2N. Partner.- Mathias Müller, Daniel Niggli. Associate.- Bernd Druffel. Project leaders.- Melih Dilsiz, Dorothee Burkert, Martin Zisterer, Roger Küng.
Design team
Jan Francisco Anduaga, Jennifer Bottlang, Patrick Britt, Dario Bruhin, Béatrice Bruneaux, Santiago Catanzano, Yann Junod, Marina Esguerra, Ian Omumbwa, Laura Probst, Jonas Rindlisbacher (Modellbau), Sandra Šimić, Tomoko Suzuki, Kenneth Woods
Collaborators
Construction management / construction realisation: BW Generalbau AG, Winterthur Civil engineer.- Dr. Deuring + Oehninger AG, Winterthur. Planning heating / ventilation / air-conditioning / cooling technology and sanitary services.- 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Winterthur. Electrical engineer.- Marquart Elektroplanung + Beratung, Buchs SG Building physics, acoustics.- Zehnder & Kälin AG, Winterthur. Fire protection.- 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Winterthur. Geologist / Geotechnical engineer: Dr. Heinrich Jäckli AG, Zurich Traffic planning.- ewp AG, Effretikon. Landscape architecture.- Balliana Schubert Landschaftsarchitekten AG, Zurich Signage.- Pikka GmbH, Zurich.
Client
WIN4 AG, Winterthur
Venue
Grüzefeldstrasse 32–36, CH-8400 Winterthur. Switzerland
Dates
Commission.- 2015. Planning phase.- 2015–2018. Construction phase.- 2016–2018
Type of commission
Competition 1st prize, commission follow-up project
Area
21,900 m² GF (Ball sports arena.- 13,600 m² Campus.- 6,100 m², Multifunctional training hall.- 2,200 m²)
Program
Sports arena. Training hall. Changing rooms. Magazine. Underground car park. Basic construction for tenant improvements.

Architects EM2N

EM2N. With offices in both Zurich and Berlin, EM2N with Mathias Müller (*1966) and Daniel Niggli (*1970) has 80 collaborators working on construction and competition projects in Switzerland and abroad. In addition to a number of awards including ‘bestarchitects’, ‘Umsicht-Regards-Sguardi’, the ‘Auszeichnung Guter Bauten’ from the City of Zurich, the Canton of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft, they received the ‘Swiss Art Award’ in Architecture. Mathias Müller and Daniel Niggli were visiting professors at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, as well as in Zurich. Daniel Niggli was a member of the construction commitees in Berlin (2008–12) and Zurich (2010–14).

Their important recent construction projects include the Heuried Sports Centre in Zurich (2017), the Housing Riedpark in Zug (2016), the Lucerne School of Art and Design in Emmenbrücke (2016), the Swiss Film Archive in Penthaz (2015), the Toni-Areal in Zurich (2014), the Keystone Office Building in Prag (2012) and ‘Im Viadukt’– Refurbishment of the viaduct arches in Zurich (2010). Planning has started on, among other projects, the Quartier Heidestrasse, Commercial area in Berlin (since 2016), the Housing Briesetrasse Neukölln in Berlin (since 2015), the New Museum of Natural History Basel and State Archives Basel-City (since 2015) and the Zellweger Parc, Plot D in Uster (since 2014).

EM2N is managed by Mathias Müller and Daniel Niggli together with their associates Bernd Druffel (*1972), Fabian Hörmann (*1978), Verena Lindenmayer (*1975), Björn Rimner (*1978), Gerry Schwyter (*1975) and Christof Zollinger (*1973).
 

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