The pavilion Navarre Arena is a multi-use building. It can take culture and sport events, as well as international and national festive and corporative activities.
Thanks to its design, it can easily adapt to different number of spectators.In addition, the infrastructure of the building is very appropiate to shooting films and advertisements.
It has telescopic stands, which can be quickly adapted to the needs of the client.
Versatility and usefulness have been the most important elements of its design.The building has been built following current legislation on energy efficiency (geothermal science/biomass/ heat pumps/ newest type of air conditioning.
- Location: Pamplona
- Capacity: 11.800 spectators
- Built surface: 45.685 m2
- Achitect: TYM Asociados
- Developer: Government of Navarre (ISYN)
- Installation manager: NICDO
- Start of works: 2009
- End of works: 2018.
- Budget: 60 milion euro.
1. Main area
Surface: 3.000 m2
Capacity (sitting) 10.000 spectators.
The overall capacity of the stands is about 10.000 people, but this can also be adapted to host smaller audiences, using systems of subdivision.
2. Assisting area
Surface 1.600 m2
Capacity (sitting) 1.500 spectators
Multi-use space for sport and festive activities. It can also work as assiting space for events carried out in the main area.
3. Pelota Court Area
Surface 600 m2
Capacity (sitting) 3.000 espectators
The facility will have a large pelota court (frontón).
4. Office area
The building include the headquartes of the Sport Federations in Navarre and the Institute of Sport and Youth in Navarre (ISYN).
5. Assistant spaces
Press room with a capacity for 50 people
Panoramic walkway with a capacity for 250 people
Gym/Backstage with a sufarce of 300 m2
6. Reyno de Navarra's room
Multi-use room with a capacity for 250 people where you can organize all type of events
7. Service space
Coffee Shop - restaurant: El escondite del arena
Warehouse 6.000 m3
Private parking space (300 places)
8. Loading space
The building allows to bring trailers to the main space in order to minimise the time to set the event up, and to make the process more simple.