Architects have been invited to masterplan the 2016 Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
After the 2016 Olympic Games, new real-estate ventures will be built along the permanent sporting equipment and installations built for the games, forming an area aiming to be a benchmark in planning and sustainability of the city.
Open to architect-led multidisciplinary design teams, the breif is to masterplan the games and to propose ‘legacy mode’ developments for the site.
The 1.18 million m² Olympic Park will feature 15 sports facilities including basketball, field hockey, cycling, water polo and synchronized swimming.
According to the breif, new stadiums should be located close to the city’s existing facilities such as the Maria Lenk Aquatic Park, the Cycle Track and the Rio Arena.
A competition winner will be announced on 15 August.
The competition deadline has been extended to 28 July.
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