Adelaide Oval Redevelopment

North Adelaide, South Australia

This redevelopment was designed to continue the legacy of the Adelaide Oval, world famous as an Australian home of cricket, with many traditions of the grounds maintained – the heritage scoreboard and northern-mound fig trees included. Simultaneously, it was to ensure the development of an iconic, world-class, multi-sport, 50,000-seat stadium energising the recreational edge of Adelaide for cricket and AFL sports. The design builds on the recently completed Western Stand, contributing to the development of the ground as a series of unique sports pavilions set within the Adelaide parklands. Focused on the fan and player experience, the stadium incorporates technology and unique social spaces designed to promote fan engagement.

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James McConnell Award for Public Architecture, AIA SA 2015

State Award for Interior Architecture, AIA SA 2015

COLORBOND® Award for Steel Architecture, AIA SA 2015

City of Adelaide Prize, AIA SA 2015

In association with
Walter Brooke and Hames Sharley
Client
The Stadium Management Authority
Project Status
Completed, 2008-2014
Cost
$100,000,000