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4plius | Kedainiai Arena

Architecture 75 Kedainiu arena _ Vidus#3FB8

Kedainiai arena is a distinctive element of Kedainiai sports complex designed to revitalize a north part of Kedainiai city. Together with a city stadium and a newly-created public square the Arena has full potential to become a new centre of attraction for younger generation as well as senior citizens. Kedainiai arena is a multifunctional sports and leisure complex serving public needs – cultural as well as sport events. It will host a city sport school, Kedainiai basketball team and major public events: arena can easily be transformed according to user’s needs.

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100 Kedainiu arena _ Vidus#C900The building can be characterised as an example of contemporary architecture and universalism: Kedainiai arena is a “cost-conscious” building blending aesthetics and function.

22 Kedainiu arena _ Vidus#0400The Arena is designed as a laconic shape featuring characteristic sports elements. Natural materials dominate in the construction: concrete, glass, galvanised steel. The interior of the building is minimalist with the aim of focusing attention on stage.

Location: Kedainiai, Lithuania
Architects: 4PLIUS architects, www.4plius.com
Project Leader Architecture: Donaldas Trainauskas
Architects In Charge: Darius Baliukevicius, Skirmantas Varnauskas, Sigita Tauraite
Constructor: Audrius Ražaitis
Area: 5.500 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Leonas Garbaciauskas
 
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