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BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

Building Design

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  • ‘Opportunities grow out of social networks’

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Clients in the bar sector conduct their research in the early hours, so successful architects can forget early nights. Glasgow-based Nord tells newcomer Abbozzo how to turn sleep deprivation into a career-launching commission.

  • BD Magazine - July 2007

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Sport & Leisure is the focus of this month’s issue, with ideas and inspiration on a sector that certainly isn’t leisurely - but we hope is still sporting

  • Butlins’ Minehead camp gets a smart new look

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Butlins is going up-market with a project by architect Holder Mathias Alcock with interior design by Scott Brownrigg.

  • Family firm takes the sporting fit-out into a league of its own

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Richard Quieros, business development director, LSA Projects

  • Gym'll need fixing

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Summer can be sticky at David Morley Architects’ north London sports centre. Partner Ruth Butler hears how staff are coping, and Max Fordham’s David Lindsey responds

  • Interview with Shaun Clarkson

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    ‘I’m looking for 50 people who have shown spirit and are likely to excel next year’

  • Oh, to be in Miami!

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    The new sports and entertainment complex inside the former Millennium Dome looks to Florida’s sun-baked art deco for a feel-good playground all under one roof

  • Point of view

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Can London piece together an Olympics better than Beijing?

  • Product News

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    This month

  • Pub heritage

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Drink up to save the gin palaces

  • Retrospect

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Sport & Leisure building news and products from the archive

  • River boat reshuffle

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Bere Architects’ Justin Bere on refitting a Thames cruiser

  • Sanaa makes it on to Nou Camp shortlist

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Japanese practice Sanaa is the surprise inclusion on a shortlist of 10 international design firms to redevelop the Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona.

  • Sporting attitudes

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Staging the 2012 Olympics will be the ultimate team event, but the architects who won stadium gold are sportingly well qualified. Plus, Peter Cook is proving a vital player

  • The big question

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Can we win gold for Olympic architecture?

  • The numbers game: 80,000

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Up to 80,000 extra hotel rooms will be needed in London by 2026 according to the mayor — quite a challenge as the capital had just 83,382 in 2006.

  • Train for Ukraine

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    With Ukraine co-hosting the European Championships in 2012 with Poland, the city of Lviv is seeking a replacement or update of its 1970s stadium, while Kiev is set to commission a substantial reconstruction of its 1923 stadium.

  • Troubles can’t stop London’s Olympic dream

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    What’s your gut feeling about the Olympics? Hoping for the best but mentally preparing for Olympic-sized humiliation if we end up with the worst?

  • Wembley Stadium National Icon

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Wembley, epicentre of British sporting and engineering achievement, a journey in awe and excitement, from the white horse pitch invasion of the 1923 FA Cup final to the all-seated 2007 final. Plus archive images of Wembley legends — Geoff Hurst’s World Cup hat trick, Live Aid — and architects’ sketches of the genesis of the new one. A collectors’ item.

  • Wind catcher for the Windies

    BD Magazine - Sport and Leisure - July 2007

    Everyone had a view on rebuilding Barbados’s legendary Kensington Oval cricket ground, but for Arup Associates keeping its village style and party character was vital

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