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Client: Gemeinde Grünwald
Architect: Bauer Kurz Stockburger & Partner, Munich
Sports floor construction: Becker Sport- und Freizeitanlagen
GmbH, Berlin
Location: Grünwald, Germany
Address: Laufzorner Strasse 1, 82031 Grünwald, Germany
Product: Linodur Sport peach orange 6151-72
Completion: 2014
XXL Sports Hall at the new Grünwald Gymnasium
Making school fun! 2014 saw the opening of an all-new secondary
school (Gymnasium), complete with an extra-large sports hall, in the
small Upper Bavarian town of Grünwald. Responsible for supervising
the design, planning and construction of this new-build were Munich
architects Bauer Kurz Stockburger & Partner. “The Gymnasium
Grünwald is a superb example of forward-looking school architecture
which is geared to modern pedagogy and provides an innovative
learning concept for around 700 pupils”, explains architect David
Reichert.
With a total area of around 55,000 m2, the school has been designed
as a large campus – an elongated core building links on its southern
façade with three wings containing classrooms and administrative
offices. The resulting courtyards link the school buildings to the
surrounding green areas. A variety of teaching spaces such as
traditional classrooms, learning zones, think-tanks and open learning
areas, modern subject rooms, student laboratories and a library
encourage independent learning.
The sports hall completes the complex and links directly to the school
via the core building. To reduce the visible building mass, the hall floor
has been set one storey below ground. The changing rooms and
equipment stores below ground level are made of reinforced concrete.
Above them is a lightweight steel structure with a roof deck made of
acoustic trapezoidal sheeting. The above-ground section is only five
metres high and has a steel and glass facade for even lighting of the
interior space. Adjustable horizontal aluminium fins provide solar
shading and glare protection and can be either completely closed or
left partially open for a semi-transparent effect.
Surprising interior features include the ceiling height of 7 metres and
an extensive 27 x 45-metre playing surface surrounded by soundabsorbing, impact-resistant wood panel walls. As the hall is also used
by local sports clubs, seating is provided for 225 spectators. Four
rooflights in each section of the hall provide evenly-distributed lighting
across the whole playing area.
For the flooring the architects chose tough, durable DLW Linodur
Sport linoleum in vibrant orange. As well as being easy to clean and
maintain, DLW linoleum is also environmentally-friendly. Made almost
entirely from sustainable raw materials such as linseed oil, resin and
cork, it has been awarded the “Blue Angel” ecolabel. Like other
natural materials linoleum also has a bacteriostatic effect, making it
particularly hygienic.
Becker Sport- und Freizeitanlagen GmbH, Berlin were responsible for
constructing the floor of the sports hall - an area-elastic sprung floor
guaranteed to deliver a high level of elasticity and improved stability.
Linodur, a classic of the DLW sports flooring range, was selected to
cover the sub-structure. With its slip-resistant surface it provides a
secure grip and its 4mm thickness makes it extremely robust and
durable. Linodur is therefore the ideal finish for school and leisure
sports facilities. It also comes in a variety of attractive colours with
matching Camouflage weld rods to create a virtually seamless
appearance. Over 1,200 m2 of moiré effect flooring in peach orange
were laid in the Grünwald sports hall.
Client: Gemeinde Grünwald
Architect: Bauer Kurz Stockburger & Partner, Munich
Sports floor construction: Becker Sport- und Freizeitanlagen
GmbH, Berlin
Location: Grünwald, Germany
Address: Laufzorner Strasse 1, 82031 Grünwald, Germany
Product: Linodur Sport peach orange 6151-72
Completion: 2014
Photo captions:
Armstrong_Sporthalle Grünwald 1
Completing the school campus is the modern sports hall of the new
Grünwald Gymnasium. Its steel and glass facade provides even,
glare-free lighting.
Armstrong_Sporthalle Grünwald 2
The hall floor has been set one storey below ground. Strong, durable
4mm-thick Linodur Sport in vibrant orange was laid onto an areaelastic supporting structure.
Armstrong_Sporthalle Grünwald 3
DLW Linoleum has excellent functional characteristics – it is easy to
clean and maintain, and environmentally-friendly. Made almost
entirely from sustainable raw materials, it has been awarded the “Blue
Angel” ecolabel.
Photos: Eberhard Franke Fotografie
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