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2017. 08. 07 - 20.

Duna Arena

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1135 Budapest, Népfürdő utca 36.

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Short story

Duna Arena is built on the campus of Dagály Pool, more specifically on the northern side of the area. In accordance with the FINA executive decision of March, 2015, Hungary will host the swimming, water polo, diving, synchronized swimming and open water World Championships in 2017. In order to stage the different tournaments of the World Championships Hungary has undertaken to build Duna Arena, a state of the art aquatic complex, conforming to the expectations of the 21st century. Duna Arena will be located on the campus of Dagály Pool, more specifically on the northern side of the area.
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At the heart of our grand city, by the banks of River Danube the natural fountains gave life to various significant baths over the course of history. The function of the bath at the juncture of the natural scenery and the city surroundings have always represented transcendence picture in the past and will do similar in the future. If not with architecture than recreating and representing the elusiveness, like the mist at dewpoint. By reaching the elusive, a wave, an energy tide will rise the the complex functional order of space , elevating the city above the dreaded average workday. Opposite to the southern opening of the inner city, Palace of Art, the Dagály Pool aspires to be an inverse by using its spectacular scenery and be the focal of life on the nothern side of Pest. Dimensions are created by the half mile wide river and the 10 meters tall structures of the Bridge Arpad. The rigid sport functionality of the cube towards River Danube, strictly formally, explodes as waves of natural force and draws a citilike siluett. The wave component is accessible, of its high point lays down a panoramic view for the visitors. Such principles were primary when designing the Arena.

The Duna Arena will consist of two fundamental facilities by the 2017 World Championships: a permanent building with seating capacity up to 6000 and a temporary facility, built only for the purpose of the World Championships, to host additional stands and support facilities. The main building is designed to remain a sterling structural beauty of Budapest even after the disassembly of the temporary extension. The essential purpose of the final structure was the unique ability to fill the needs of major Hungarian watersport organizations, Swimming, Water Polo, Synchronized swimming, Diving. Additionally it should provide opportunity for the general public both for engaging in water sport activities and for water related pursuit of leisure as well. Naturally, by supporting above functions the Arena should also integrate into Dagaly Pool and create further opportunities for the great masses to visit and enjoy both facilities alltogether.

Basic functions of the buildings:

Permanent facility:

  • Duna Arena (ultimate seating capacity will reach 6000)
  • Shops, restaurants, changing rooms, other training rooms, maintanance, concessions, restrooms
  • Event area, VIP stands
  • Media booths
  • General maintenance and operation offices
  • Management offices and meeting rooms

Temporary facility:

  • Temporary stands, indor seats and supporting structures
  • Media booths, maintenance and support rooms, management and operations rooms

Accessible:

  • Metro line M3, from station „Forgách” street, (8-10 minutes walk to the main entrance)
  • main line buses 15 or 115-ös (bus stop is at the main entrance)
  • Tramline 1 from Árpád bridge from station „Népfürdő” (8-10 minutes walk to the main entrance)