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We see this stadium as a geographical element, a human activity placed in the landscape. The stadium is part of the very large scale mixing Lake Geneva, the Alps and the river. The space and comfort of the stadium are then created by the meteorological phenomena induced by the landscape.

Lake Geneva is a particular geographical space. The largest lake in Europe located at the foot of the Alps, it is large enough to influence the local weather, winds, light and atmosphere. Building alongside it is already a major challenge in the face of the elements. Building a stadium, a large plateau that offers a great grip to the winds, is then doubly a challenge of territory.

Pierre de Coubertin Stadium


Lausanne, VD