Urban master plan for the 2016 olympic park in Rio de Janeiro

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Presented as a "clean, cool and biodiverse new urban quarter that mimics the local natural environment," the project defines the disposition of the permanent and temporary installations for the games (the actual buildings and stadiums will be subject to new contests). It was developed by British consultancy AECOM, also responsible for the London 2012 Olympic Park urban plan.

Presented as a "clean, cool and biodiverse new urban quarter that mimics the local natural environment," the project defines the disposition of the permanent and temporary installations for the games (the actual buildings and stadiums will be subject to new contests). It was developed by British consultancy AECOM, also responsible for the London 2012 Olympic Park urban plan.

With a 1.18 million sq. meters area (over 12 million sq. feet), the park will host competitions for 10 Olympic sports and 12 Paralympic, along with a press and broadcasting center for 20 thousand journalists. It's expected to get 200 thousand visitors a day.

After the games, 60% of the areas will be cleared for new developments, whereas some of the sporting buildings will be turned into the first Olympic Training Center in South America.


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