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BERGISEL SKI JUMP

ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


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BERGISEL SKI JUMP [INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA]
1999 -2002

PROGRAM: Skijump, cafe & viewing terrace

CLIENT: Austrian Ski Federation


Olympiastrasse 10
A-6010 Innsbruck
AUSTRIA

ARCHITECT: Design Zaha Hadid Architects [London, UK]


Local Firm Baumeister Ing. Georg Malojer [Innsbruck, Austria]
Project Architect [Zaha Hadid] Jan Huebener
Project Manager Markus Dochantschi
Design Team Matthias Frei, Cedric Libert, Sylvia Forlati, Jim Heverin, Garin
O’Aivazian, Sara Noel, Costa de Araujo

STRUCTURE: Structure Jane Wernick [London, UK]


Christian Aste [Innsbruck, Austria]
Services Technishes Buro Ing. Heinz Purcher [Schlaming, Austria]
Technishes Buro Matthias Schrempf [Schlaming, Austria]
Peter Fiby [Innsbruck, Austria]
Lighting Office for Visual Interaction [New York, USA]
Ski Jump Technology Bauplanungsburo franz Fuschlslueger [Trofaiach, Austria]

DIMENSION: Length 90m


Height 49m

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In December 1999 Zaha Hadid Architects won the international competition for a new ski jump on the Bergisel Mountain in
Innsbruck. The new structure opened in 2002. Situated on the Bergisel Mountain overlooking downtown Innsbruck, the ski jump
is a major landmark.
It is part of a larger refurbishment project for the Olympic Arena and replaces the old ski jump, which no longer met with inter-
national standards. The building is a hybrid of highly specialized sports facilities and public spaces, including a café and a view-
ing terrace. These different programs are combined into a single new shape, which extends the topography of the slope into the
sky.
At a length of about 90m and a height of almost 50m the building is a combination of a tower and a bridge. Structurally it is divid-
ed into the vertical concrete tower and a spatial steel structure, which integrates the ramp and the café. Two elevators bring vis-
itors to the café, 40 m over the peak of the Bergisel Mountain. From here they can enjoy the surrounding alpine landscape as
well as watch the athletes below fly above the Innsbruck skyline.
BERGISEL SKI JUMP [INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA]
BERGISEL SKI JUMP [INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA]
1999 -2002

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