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Z5 by Christophe Gulizzi

Z5 designed by Christophe Gulizzi. Photo: Lisa Ricciotti

The public sports building Z5 designed by Christophe Gulizzi centers around the soccer field.The French office Christophe Gulizzi architects designed the Z5 public sport building located between the Luynes Prison and the American Cemetery on the edge of the industrial estates of Milles, near Aix en Provence, France.

The football field is the center feature of Z5 designed by Christophe Gulizzi. Photo: Lisa RicciottiPhoto: Philippe Ruault

In the center of the Z5’s program is 5-A-Side soccer field, played on seven pitches - four outdoor and three indoor. This football field is managed from a 3000-m2 two-story, black concrete and steel building.

View of the entrance facade of the Z5 designed by Christophe Gulizzi. Photo: Philippe Ruault

The building is housing a reception, an Adidas boutique, a restaurant and a social area at the ground floor level.

Site plan of the Z5 building. Design and drawing by Christophe Guilizzi

Section of the Z5 building. Design and drawing by Christophe Guilizzi

The football teams changing rooms are in the basement while a 1,000-m2 area for fitness suites and seawater spa with 2 pools, Turkish bath and sauna is situated on the first floor. The management suite and sports doctor are located at the second floor.

View of the interior stair of the Z5 designed by Christophe Gulizzi. Photo: Philippe Ruault

The cost for construction of the Z5 accumulated to 7.000.000 Euro until completion.

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