The picturesque Harumi waterfront district of Tokyo, Japan is the site of the Athletes’ Village for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The location offers scenic views of Tokyo Bay and the famed Rainbow Bridge.
The Athletes’ Village of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea comprises of apartments, a cafeteria, an athletes’ plaza as well as services such as banks, convenience stories and fitness centers.
The Athletes Village of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil comprises of 31 buildings, 3,604 apartments with a total of 18,000 beds. The village hosts more than 17,000 athletes and officials during its peak times.
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Russia has 11 sporting venues divided into two clusters – the Coastal Cluster and the Mountain Clusters.
The BMW Olympic Pavilion in London, England floats on the Waterworks River against the Olympic Stadium and Aquatics centre at the Olympic Park. As the Official Automotive Partner to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Pavilion exhibits the BMW fleet for the Games as well as prototype models for the future. British firm Serie Architects designed the Pavilion which uses water from the river, which is filtered, to cool the building as it flows down the sides of the glass.
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, England required the construction of a mini-city within a city. The compact design allows most of the sporting venues and the athletes’ village to be within walking distance of one another.
The Olympic Athletes’ Village comprises of 11 apartment blocks with 2,818 apartments to accommodate the 16,000 athletes and officials who stay there during the Games.
After the Olympics, the apartments will provide affordable housing for Londoners.