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Yoyogi National Gymnasia, Tokyo: the small and large arenas

RIBA92248
Tange, Kenzo (1913-2005)
NOTES: This was built as the gymnasium and swimming pool for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.

Yoyogi National Gymnasia, Tokyo: the basket ball stadium

RIBA92249
Tange, Kenzo (1913-2005)
NOTES: This was built as the gymnasium and swimming pool for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.

Yoyogi National Gymnasia, Tokyo: detail of the landscaping around the small arena

RIBA92250
Tange, Kenzo (1913-2005)
NOTES: This was built as the gymnasium and swimming pool for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.

South Bank Polytechnic, Elephant & Castle, London: the sports hall

RIBA100657
Greater London Council. Department of Architecture & Civic Design
NOTES: In 1992 the buildings on this site became part of South Bank University.

Unidentified sports hall

RIBA101072
NOTES: This image is from a personal album belonging to John Pantlin.

Unidentified school gymnasium

RIBA101106
NOTES: This image is from a personal album belonging to John Pantlin.

Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children, Harley Road, Swiss Cottage, London: the gymnasium

RIBA103516
Greater London Council. Department of Architecture & Civic Design
NOTES: The building was demolished in 2010.

Regent Street Polytechnic, 309 Upper Regent Street, London: the gymnasium

RIBA105082
Mitchell, George Arthur (1868-1952)
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 101, 1911 Dec. 8, p. 676

Open-air school, Cliostraat, Amsterdam: the gymnasium

RIBA107824
Duiker, Johannes (1890-1935)

Bitterne Sports Centre, Bitterne, Southampton: the gym

RIBA117863
Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners
NOTES: This sports centre was built as part of the Sports Council national programme called SASH (Standardised Approach to Sports Halls), and was the third to be started and the fifth to be completed, in the first building phase of 10 centres. The aim in 1984 was to have 60 such centres by 1987.
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