City Stadium /+ The Culture od Daily Life, Zadar
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City Stadium /+ The Culture od Daily Life, Zadar
City Stadium /+ The Culture od Daily Life, Zadar
City Stadium /+ The Culture od Daily Life, Zadar
City Stadium /+ The Culture od Daily Life, Zadar

City Stadium /+ The Culture od Daily Life, Zadar

The question is to what a stadium - a building into which investments ade made and which is built for the ocal community - provides, that is, returns to the same communits, is the starting point and premise fot the topic sport+ daly life. A stadium, conceived as a modern building, is not exclusively a space to be used by sportspeople (players), spectators (fans), but also a socially conditioned space which can articulate the phenomenon of the daily life of local inhabitants and create new activities and scenarios for its application. The critical consideration of the daily life of inhabitants is decisive when defining the creation of future context.

Daily life - expressed as a steady repetitive rhythm or as a festival of events encompassing a broad spectrum of habits, customs, routines, rituals, lifestyles, cultures and subcultures, culturally and socially interesting traits - is discerned through the creative process as a potential and source for the transformation of urban space and the creation of place.

The aim is to explore a new model for sports object which, unlike standard stadiums, allows for new frameworks incorporating body and motion, spectator and sports event, and sos generates new forms of social contact. This project researsches hoe the language of architecture articulates and describes the specific function, extreme criteria, the dramaturgy of usage, and the arena as space.

Therefore, the development of existing football stadium is used as a framework for redefinition of a part of the city in which public sports contents may achieve a balance in the manner in which the space is applied and so initiate a dialogue with existing contextual values.
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