Arena, Stadia & Arenas

Renovation of the suspended ceiling of the Olympic Hall

© Roland Halbe

After 37 years the existing suspended stadium roof of the Olympic Hall was to be renovated. The new suspended ceiling was to be based on the original structure with regard to the design of its connection details, however, with a reduced amount of suspensions and new materials. The dual-axial load path required for anticlastic curvature is warranted with the circumferential edge connection to the cable net as well as the connection to the existing ten high-, respectively two low-points. The entire surface is clad with a PVC/PES-Membrane. The layout of the membrane runs in parallel rows to the lateral direction of the hall. To reduce the amount of penetrations, lens-shaped steel girders in the form of the above-lying cable net structure serve as connectors for the membrane. The complex erection had to take place in-between the cable net and the existing lighting catwalks.

Categories
Arena, Stadia & Arenas
Location
Munich, Germany
Architect
Auer Weber, Stuttgart
Cooperation
Ingenieurbüro Wieczorek, Zirndorf – Bauüberwachung / construction management für schlaich bergermann und partner
Owner
SWM Stadtwerke München
Partner
Knut Göppert
Features
Membrane

Technical Data

Membrane surface
approx. 18,000 m²
Suspensions
237 pieces
Low points
2 pieces
High points
10 pieces
Length of facade connection
approx. 550 m

Location

Google Maps

Mit dem Laden der Karte akzeptieren Sie die Datenschutzerklärung von Google.
Mehr erfahren

Karte laden