Triple sports hall Sternmatt 2 Baar
Client: Einwohnergemeinde Baar
Location: Inwilerstrasse 22, 6340 Baar
Floor area: 3'800 m2
The new triple gymnasium for school and club sports presents itself as a simple as a simple, clear building with a roof that spans everything. It will be at a right angle to the existing, longitudinally developed school building, next to the running the running track on the south-eastern boundary of the site. The gymnasium is directly connected to the existing development concept of the overall the whole complex. It is lowered halfway into the ground, so that the cloakrooms and equipment the cloakrooms and equipment rooms can be organised underground. The the surface area of the site is thus reduced to a minimum. reduced to a minimum. The setting, orientation and calm appearance of the new building the architectural and urban qualities of the current school complex. qualities of the current school complex. At the interface between the existing building and the new and the new building, an overhanging canopy marks the entrance to the gymnasium. The forecourt and foyer are spatially connected by floor-to-ceiling glazing. floor-to-ceiling glazing. Together with the entrance to the assembly hall opposite a common, plaza-like outdoor space situation is created. It serves as a lounge and break area. The height difference is compensated for by and seating steps take over the difference in height. The connecting axis between between Sternmatt I and Sternmatt II, strengthened by additional rows of tree rows, is thus upgraded both in terms of design and function. and functional upgrading. The linking of the assembly hall and gymnasium also enables synergies of use for larger sporting events. From the foyer, with a view into the hall, the spectators reach the grandstand with its three tiered seating rows. with three tiered rows of seats, separate from the school. Vertical are connected vertically via a main staircase with a lift in the entrance area with a lift in the entrance area and two side staircases at the rear. The The floor plan of the hall level is compact and clearly organised. The ground floor is dominated by the all-round, storey-high glass facades. storey-high glass façades. In addition to the natural lighting of the gymnasiums on both long both long sides, they provide a view through the building and thus visually and thus allow the landscape space to flow through visually.