THE ARCHITECT'S VIEW

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Singapore Sports Hub was conceptualised as a masterpiece, a new inspirational landmark for Singapore.

Conceived as a unique cluster development of integrated world-class sports facilities within the city, this venue is designed to stage major, international sporting as well as city-scale entertainment events, stimulating life on site all year long, during events and non-events days.

Architects and designers explain how this dream became reality.

A Major Human and Technical Challenge

Watch how 4,000 people came together to realise the dream of putting the Sports Hub on the world map.

A Major Human and Technical Challenge

A MULTI AWARD WINNING PROJECT



Modern building and construction projects rely heavily on 3D modeling.
BIM, standing for Building Information Modeling, was the system used on the Sports Hub project to bring greater integration and collaboration among the developers, designers, builders and fabricators across the construction value chain.. 


Discover the Sports Hub as you have never seen it before: from the inside.

My Day at the Sports Hub

Amanda and her family are visiting the Sports Hub for the first time. What adventures await them? Check out her diary entry.

My Day at the Sports Hub

A LOOK IN 3D

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Singapore Sports Hub does not just host champions. It is a champion itself. 

For example, the bowl cooling of the stadium achieves a 60% reduction in energy compared to a full air-con system, and the energy utilised for the cooling is offset by energy harnessed from renewable energy sources (the largest PV cells farm in Singapore)– making this a “zero carbon” cooled stadium. 



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Fever Pitch at the National Stadium

Catch the new National Stadium in all its state-of-the-art glory. You could almost hear the Kallang Roar.

Fever Pitch at the National Stadium