Dresden, Germany

Completion date 2009
建筑师: Beyer Architekten

38 rows in one single tier ensure that even those seated at the very top are close to the action

The compact structure was designed to both FIFA and UEFA standards as a single-tier stadium with short walkways and maximum clarity and transparency. The floor-to-ceiling glazed façade on Lennéstrasse is distinctive, creating interesting reflections between the stadium and the urbane green of the large garden. The “cauldron” is crowned by a dome-shaped roof. Its specially rounded shape further increases the atmosphere in the stadium whilst reducing the noise level outside.

Stylish, reliable GROHE Lineare basin mixers provide a perfect flow of water in the players’ changing rooms and VIP area. In the showers, the primary focus is on safety and comfort. At the touch of a button, the self-closing Eurodisc SE shower mixers deliver water with the preset flow time. The players can set the temperature to suit their own needs. Even with considerable pressure fluctuations when a large number of players are showering at the same time, the GROHE TurboStat® technology keeps the temperature constant.

Installed GROHE products in this project