Built to accommodate 6,000 cycling fans, the 2012 Summer Olympic velodrome in London is ready for action.
The architecture was handled by Hopkins Architects, who got the job done on time within its budget. The company designed the velodrome with a green mind. Its ability to reuse rainwater and make the best of natural light is a key feature of it roof design.
As one of the first structures to be completed for this year’s Olympic games, the velodrome is already being used. And with every bit of news leading up to the big day, we’re growing more excited.