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Athletes Alley is a sculpture conceived by the Belgian artist Olivier Strebelle. It scheduled to be produced for the 2008 Summer Olympics meant as a gift from Belgium to the city of Beijing, but was not completed in time. It opened shortly after the games ended, having cost over 5 million euros.
The production of Athletes Alley involved a technological collaboration between the image laboratory of Université Libre de Bruxelles, Tsinghua University, a French engineering consultancy specialising in metallic frame-works (C&E Ingénierie) and a German software company, Sofistik.