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Four indoor tennis courts

Four indoor tennis courts for the Claude Bernard University Lyon 1

The Claude Bernard Lyon 1 university campus in Villeurbanne (69) has acquired a sports complex housing four tennis courts, enabling students to play their favourite sport in all weathers and to access a training programme throughout the academic year.

  • Client

    Claude Bernard University Lyon 1

A cost-effective solution with a high-quality finish

In consultation with the main architect and the state architect, the Losberger 2-slope Prosport building solution was chosen and adapted to the specifications. The aim was to build an economical solution with top-of-the-range finishes, and to avoid the costs and maintenance work that could have been incurred with a flat roof due to the proximity of trees and the resulting presence of leaves.
In addition, to stand out from an overly industrial aesthetic, great attention was paid to the building's finishes: perimeter cladding for the gutters in lacquered steel, choice of colour for the perimeter cladding, use of specific cladding with a process for integrating the visuals, cladding laid horizontally, etc.

This building is suitable for official competition

To meet the specifications and ensure maximum playing comfort, the building was insulated on the roof and around the perimeter, using a new-generation TX30 fabric from Ferrari, and an anti-graffiti treatment was applied to the entire perimeter at a height of 3 m. The bay windows have also been fitted with an anti-vandalism protection system that does not affect the passage of light.
A porous concrete floor that is easy to maintain and economical was chosen, and netting was installed on the long sides and gables.
The dimensions of this 36.20 x 70.70 m building are approved by the FFT and will enable official competitions to be organised in addition to training sessions.

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