Multi-use Surf Park

We are starting to see more and more wave pool concepts popping up, but this one seems like it would be a pretty epic addition to city life. Not only would MJA Studio’s design function as a wave pool for public use and a ‘surf stadium’ for contests and events, but it’s a mixed-use development with grand intentions of boosting the community’s economy and overall well being. Imagine what the WSL would do with surf stadiums… Seems far-fetched, but who knows, maybe we’ll have pro surf teams battling it out in the heart of cities around the world. This concept is for the Australian city of Subiaco and proposes the demolition of the cities current football stadium and replacing it with a Multi-use Surf Park. Hopefully this project becomes realized and we can see how well the prototype works.

We are starting to see more and more wave pool ideas popping up, but this one seems like it would be a pretty epic addition to city life. Not only would it be a wave pool for public use and a ‘surf stadium’ for contests and events, but it’s a mixed-use development with grand intentions of boosting the communities economy and well being. Imagine what the WSL would do with surf stadiums… Seems far fetched, but who knows maybe we’ll have pro surf teams battling it out in the heart of city’s around the world.

Sam Titone

Sam hails from a little state called Delaware and grew up chasing beach break barrels and empty pools along the east coast. After spending 5 years in Georgia getting his masters degree, surfing and skating what ever he could find, he made the move to LA where he found works at various architectural studios. Now living and working as an Architectural designer in NYC by day, he also keeps a hand on any building projects he can stay involved with in his spare time.

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