Host City: Berlin, Germany
Venue(s): Exhibition Area Hall VI, Kaiserdamm, Berlin
Date Started: August 1, 1936
Date Finished: August 16, 1936
|Gold:|| Walter March
|Silver:||Charles Downing Lay|
[Werner March], much better known than his brother [Walter March], won the contest with their design for the Reichssportfeld (Imperial Sports Field), which was the terrain on which many of the Olympic contests were held in 1936. March was the chief architect of the Olympic Stadium and of the Olympic Village, as well as for the Deutsches Sportforum (since 1926), which was also on the Reichssportfeld. After the war, Werner March - son of architect Otto March - also submitted a design for the 1972 Olympics in München, but it did not win the competition.
American landscape architect [Charles Downing Lay] won a silver medal for his designs for Marine Park in Brooklyn, New York, while his colleague [Theodor Nußbaum] received a bronze medals for his plans for Köln (Cologne).
|2||Charles Downing Lay||58||United States||USA||Silver||Marine Brooklyn Park|
|3||Theodor Nußbaum||51||Germany||GER||Bronze||Stadtplan Koln: Sportflachen im Stadtgebiet|
|AC||Konstantinos Doxiadis||23||Greece||GRE||Die Raumgestaltung in griechischen Städtebau.|
|AC||Josef Kříž||41||Czechoslovakia||TCH||Entwurf des Stadions des S.K. "Slavia" Prag|
|AC||Josef Kříž||41||Czechoslovakia||TCH||Turnhalle in Prag-Michle|
|AC||Václav Slavík||29||Czechoslovakia||TCH||Entwurf des Stadions des S.K. "Slavia" Prag|
|AC||Comune della Città di Torino||Italy||ITA||Complesso dello Stadio Mussolini in Torino||hors concours|