Templestowe Reserve Sporting Pavilion

Templestowe Reserve Sporting Pavilion

Architect
PHOOEY Architects
Location
Templestowe, Melbourne, Australia | View Map
Project Year
2009
Category
Pavilions
ANDREW MICHLER
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrand
Heating / Cooling Systems - Solar Thermal Heating - 30 Tube CollectorApricus
Electric Hand dryer - Touchdry – PCASI JD MacDonald
Heating / Cooling Systems - Solar Array - Solarex rated at 75WBP Glass Garage Doors & Entry Systems, Inc.
Windows - Louvres - Altair 152Breezeway
Windows - Aluminium frame - Narrow Line 600 Black powder coat, Doors - Aluminium frame - 200 Series Black powder coatCapral
Paint - Surfmist colorDulux

Product Spec Sheet
Heating / Cooling Systems - Solar Thermal Heating - 30 Tube Collector
by Apricus
Electric Hand dryer - Touchdry – PC
Heating / Cooling Systems - Solar Array - Solarex rated at 75W
Windows - Louvres - Altair 152
Windows - Aluminium frame - Narrow Line 600 Black powder coat, Doors - Aluminium frame - 200 Series Black powder coat
by Capral
Paint - Surfmist color
by Dulux

Templestowe Reserve Sporting Pavilion

PHOOEY Architects as Architects

Steve Brennan, President of the Templestowe Football Club called their new facilities the "Sydney Opera House of sporting pavilions". The project was completed in readiness for the first home game of the Templestowe Dockers in Season 2011. The 100 year history of the football & cricket club that has been represented by different jumpers & crests which were identified & celebrated in the architectural form & brickwork facades.


From the changing rooms, players burst through the brickwork run-thru facade on to the playing field. Seen from the Reserve entry, the building tries to start a Mexican Wave to generate match day spectacle. This building includes community & training facilities for the sporting clubs. The building aims to be a carbon & water neutral building.


Material Used :

1. External Wall Cladding – Recycled brick

2. Roof – Ecotek composite panel

3. Paving – Recycled brick

4. Flooring - Recycled carpet (McMatts)

5. Heating & Cooling systems include – Solar energy array, Solar thermal heating, hydronic floor screed heating & cooling, passive cooling via vents in brickwork, natural ventilation.

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