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SPECIAL OLYMPICS 2015

 

SPECIAL OLYMPICS 2015

 

Special Olympics is a global movement of people creating a new world of inclusion and community, where every single person is accepted and welcomed, regardless of ability or disability. We are helping to make the world a better, healthier and more joyful place—one athlete, one volunteer, one family member at a time.

 
 


EVENT PHOTO

 

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


 
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MODULAR INFORMATION DESK

The information desks provide answers to visitors’ inquiries and questions, as well as house promotional and informational pamphlets and small maps for distribution. They are the main source of information for spectators.

The awning, shade structure is inspired from reach-up gestures. It also takes some of its structural form language from the arch structures. Inside the awning, there is to be a lighting fixture which will make the information desk glow at night. 

 

MEDIUM / LARGE TENTS

The Special Olympic tents will be placed within the designated main tent areas with a few scattered throughout high activity centers. These tents and their dome shape, inspired by the circle of inclusion, represent unity, inclusion and empowerment. These tents act as gathering hubs for people to come together and interact with one another. The tents afford a shaded respite for athletes and spectators. Within the tents, they will be broadcasting current game scores, athlete stories and other applicable information.

Their main purpose is to house a fun interactive experience/lounge space but they can also double as medical tents, guest lounges and any other program that might require a little bit more privacy than the open outdoors. Inside the tents there will be a small variety of seating options which will help foster unification and comfort.
The dome structures are created using a lightweight aluminum structure covered in stretched printed fabric. The white background provide a suit- able background which makes the World Games logo pop.