The Barcelona FC Camp Nou Experience tour ticket gives you access to the ‘behind the scenes’ action at the club as well as access to the FC museum and the multimedia centre. The tour is ‘self-guided’, meaning that there are no tour guides.
Elite sport available to everyone in Barcelona
Open Camp is designed to provide fun for people of all ages and at any of the more than 20 sports in which visitors dare to debut and be entertained.
Technology training. In the area dedicated to football in the Open Camp stands out for its innovation and success among visitors interactive space called Open 360. This is the largest technological investment of the park. This is a football simulation that allows users to participate in a professional training session by throwing balls automatically, while the player must shoot the panel where light areas appear different machine.
The idea is to compete in a one on one, with the aim of achieving the maximum score with the release at higher altitudes. Ramón Gassó, who visits with her two sons facilities, says: “The park is fine, is perfect and the Open 360 is very cool.”.
Narrow your focus but with laser rifles. The Open Shooting, the section dedicated to Olympic shooting, using a laser shot technology, safer than professional, where projectiles are used system.
The activity is that, for a minute, should be five shots at the target that is eight meters away. Participants can compete for a place in the system records this space in which the best scores are recorded.
Interactive baskets. The site of the Olympic Museum has been chosen as the venue to install an interactive basketball court, in which many are recorded and digitally recorded.
This is a site with space for technology, in which opponents must follow the spotlights that illuminate the track in different positions in which each player must be positioned to shooting baskets and score a point.
The 60 meters wheelchair. This section allows visitors to Open Camp get into the skin of the Paralympics to get on a wheelchair and compete in a race with a distance of 60 meters along the track of the Olympic stadium athletes.
This is a different and exciting experience equally not indifferent to users. “We have done all activities. But the more I liked that has been to the wheelchair,” says Erica Alvarez in her visit to sports facilities.
It is much more intense than mere sport activity; its purpose is educate the citizen through empathy.
To hit the target without previous experience. In this area, participants are offered authentic arches, used in the professional world. There are also less weight, made from wood for the little ones.
The players throw three arrows each in groups of four, for what is not necessary to have previous experience. While users wait to try to hit the bull’s-eye, the technical staff takes care to explain how. “We teach brief but effective way how a professional launch,” explains Maria Nieves Lopez, one of those responsible for the section. “This activity is one of the most repeated those attending the Open Camp,” says the specialist.
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The project of huge Japanese firm Nikken Sekkei relieves the Foster´s one.
In September 2007 the club presented its previous project for a new Camp Nou. Joan Laporta presided over the club. And Sir Norman Foster was the winner in the contest. The British architect has drafted its proposal from a specification of five pages provided by the club. In its proposal acquired prominence formalism, it resulted in a scaly skin -evocative the roof of Gaudi House Batlló-, with the colors of the Barca shirt and the senyera. It was a time when in Spain built many star architects, sometimes with unbridled expressiveness and budgetary largesse.
This time the club has acted differently: he gave the contestants hundred pages of conditions, from detailing the number of seats to the VIP boxes, through the suggested types of cover for the stadium.
With so extensive specifications Barca sought to achieve the two main objectives of reform -catch up with regard to safety regulations and optimize the performance of the Camp Nou (raising there until additional 50 million euros per year). And, too, it led to the formation of teams of contestants who would represent the local profession, accredited architectural quality, and powerful engineering and architecture, based in the US, Britain, Japan and other countries where their role are dominating the architects, unlike what makes the tradition in Spain. They are engineers, most of them with experience in the construction of large sports facilities, always with very strict criteria for compliance schedule and budget.
In short, the club has been betting on the Laporta era for the iconic, colorful and stellar signature work, to bet on the Bartomeu time for a work that supports high-capacity engineering and diffuse aesthetic identity.
Who’s who in the team that will design the Camp Nou? What are credited? How will your synergy? What can we expect of the work Nikken Sekkei presented yesterday and Pascual-Ausió?
Nikken Sekkei, formed from a construction company that was born in 1900, is one of the largest engineering and architectural firms in the world, with nearly 2,500 employees, headquartered in Tokyo, and regional offices in the Far East and the Persian Gulf. He has participated in 20,000 projects in 40 countries. Among its sports facilities are the Saitama Super Arena in Chuo-Ko, and the Tokyo Dome. It has built skyscrapers and all kinds of private and public facilities. Its Catalan partners in the club, the study of Joan Pascual and Ramon Ausió, based in Barcelona, has a dozen professionals. In his curriculum apartment blocks dominate, such as 200 that ended in several towers of Barceloneta, twenty years ago; among his most recent works, the Diagonal Zero (Barcelona) hotel or the Electra (Terrassa) school.
This difference in muscle between the two partners winners of contest-and something similar happened in the Palau Blaugrana contest, won by Hok (1,800 employees) and TAC-Barcelona suggests that the club has passed the time of architectural and enters starsystem of engineering. It also suggests the elimination of contestants strong personality among the last fallen Bofill, Ferrater, RCR, Matthew or BIG-. And even the career of one who has served as project manager of the operation Espai Barça, which includes the new Camp Nou.
Nikken Sekkei will design the new stadium of soccer club Barcelona
The club has chosen the study proposal of Japanese architecture, Nikken Sekkei, in collaboration with Joan Pascual and Ramon Ausió Arquitectes, to design and implement reform Camp Nou.
After several weeks studying the eight finalists, the jury Espai Barça has finally opted for the Japanese architectural proposal, responsible for several works in Japan as the Niigata Stadium Niigata, Saitama Super Arena in Saitama or Wakayama Big Whale Wakayama .
Nikken Sekkei’s origins date back to the early twentieth century and currently has over 2,500 employees and projects in 40 countries.
The Asian company signed an agreement with the sports theme park to provide their technological equipment
Open Camp, the theme park dedicated to the sport due to open in June 2016 in Montjuïc, continues to add partners. The latter has been the technology multinational Huawei. The Asian company has signed an agreement with Open Camp to provide the “communications equipment and processes voice and data requires the park,” according to a statement on Open Camp.
Among Huawei technology is tested in Montjuïc “IP telephony voice services closed circuit television IP, IT systems company, Internet access for customers and other support systems exploitation.”
The agreement, signed Tuesday morning at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, also states that the Asian company will work in the “test new features or applications” of the park. Huawei also inform the Open Camp “news of its product portfolio and improved maintenance of the equipment installed in the park.”
The vice president of Huawei Enterprise in Spain, Li Xiaoke, emphasizes that the agreement “strengthens the strategy” of the company in “sporting environments,” while the CEO of Open Camp, Paco Medina, said that with the incorporation of the technology company “the park becomes more global.”
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Coldplay announces new concert in Barcelona to sell out in two hours
Coldplay has announced a new concert in Barcelona on 27 May, after exhausting in two hours the tickets for the concert is scheduled for May 26 at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona.
As reported by the promoter Live Nation, tickets for this date are already available in the official outlets, and from tomorrow in Fnac, prices and locations vary between 60 and 95 euros.
They also noted that, coinciding with the sale of tickets of his world tour, Coldplay has released on its Facebook the video for Adventure Of A Lifetime, the ‘single’ to present the new album A head full of dreams, which goes on sale on December 4.
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