Designed to minimize the massive volumes inherent in large sport venues, the conventional rectilinear shapes of program spaces are separated, layered, and softened with curved geometries. Accentuating the separation are large areas of windows on the interior and exterior of the building.  Completed while at A|r
       
     
 Daylight brought into the building through large expanses of exterior windows flows through layers of interior glazing walls bringing borrowed light deep into the building.
       
     
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 Designed to minimize the massive volumes inherent in large sport venues, the conventional rectilinear shapes of program spaces are separated, layered, and softened with curved geometries. Accentuating the separation are large areas of windows on the interior and exterior of the building.  Completed while at A|r
       
     

Designed to minimize the massive volumes inherent in large sport venues, the conventional rectilinear shapes of program spaces are separated, layered, and softened with curved geometries. Accentuating the separation are large areas of windows on the interior and exterior of the building.

Completed while at A|r

 Daylight brought into the building through large expanses of exterior windows flows through layers of interior glazing walls bringing borrowed light deep into the building.
       
     

Daylight brought into the building through large expanses of exterior windows flows through layers of interior glazing walls bringing borrowed light deep into the building.

IMG_4916.JPG
       
     
DSC_0779.JPG
       
     
DSC_0796.JPG
       
     
CARC Rink.jpg
       
     
Roos House Long and skinny.jpg
       
     
GEK_0879 (2).jpg
       
     
CARC Plan.jpg