Amsterdamas, Olandija, 2007,
Bendras plotas - 220000m2
What would it mean to the Netherlands if we were to organise the Olympic Games in 2028? How do you ensure that the stadiums which can only be used for the Games can still have a proper function afterwards? How do you organise the infrastructure and mobility for the Games? Do you combine all the functions in a single building, or do you spread the Games throughout the country? One thing is certain: the Olympic Games will set the Netherlands in motion. The NAI, in collaboration with the Netherlands Olympic Committee*Netherlands Sport Federation (NOC*NSF), the Berlage Institute, Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and the MVRDV firm of architects, presents ‘Olympic Fire – Future Games’, an exhibition in which scale models, film, debate and theatre help visitors to imagine that the Netherlands is organising the Olympic Games in 2028, a century after the Games in Amsterdam. The NAI starts the countdown!
In 2005 NOC*NSF launched a working group with representatives from the worlds of sport, government, industry and commerce, and science. The aim of this working group is to create an Olympic sports climate that may result in proposing the Netherlands as a candidate for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2028. The NAI looks ahead and asks itself what the consequences would be for the Netherlands if the Games were actually to be organised here in 2028.
Stadium of the future.