EVENTS


17th IAKS Ice Rink management Conference
Innsbruck/Austria, 15-17 May


NETWORK


Experts from aquatics to stadiums. Worldwide!


CONGRESS


26th IAKS congress from 5th - 8th November 2019 in Cologne/Germany
Trends in design and management of sports and leisure facilities


sb


Sports halls from brick, cork and bamboo
Issue 1/2018 “Sports halls and arenas” hot off the press on Feb 28


IAKS


Sports.Leisure.Facilities.Network


AWARDS


IOC IPC IAKS architecture prizes
2017 winners unveiled


SERVICE


Exclusive information for IAKS members.


Welcome to IAKS - International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities

18.March 2014 | IAKS

IAKS Section Spain present at TECHNODEPORTE 2014

The 14th International Exhibition for Equipment and Services for Sports Facilities, Health and Leisure (TECHNODEPORTE) was held at Zaragoza Exhibition Centre, Spain, from 4 to 6 March 2014.

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17.March 2014 | sb Magazine

"sb" 1/2014: Bulging building - Sports hall in Copenhagen

In the north of Copenhagen, at the Gammel Hellerup grammar school, a multi-purpose hall usable from two sides opened last year: inside is a school sports hall, and outside the school yard.

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17.March 2014 | Congress

23rd IAKS Congress: A retrospective - Trends in British recreation facilities

First off, James Johnston presented the Clickimin Leisure Complex on the Shetland Islands, which has been an important community and sports centre for islanders for the last 28 years.

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25.February 2014 | Congress

23rd IAKS Congress: A retrospective - A post-games look at the venues for the London 2012 Games

On day two of the Congress, the focus lay on excellence in sports and leisure facilities. Prof. Geraint John, Honorary President of the Sports and Leisure Working Group at the International Union of Architects, first moderated a discussion on the post-games use of the venues from London 2012.

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29.January 2014 | Congress

23rd IAKS Congress: A retrospective - Inclusive design and accessibility

The first congress session was devoted to the topic of inclusion in grassroots sports and leisure facilities. Chaired by Apostolos Rigas, Head of Paralympic Games Strategic Projects at the IPC, it looked at advances in inclusive planning at the Olympic and Paralympic Games, challenges with accessibility to temporary event structures and “invisible barriers” in sport.

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