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Old October 8th, 2019, 10:41 PM   #1141
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If the two clubs really want a new stadium, then it certainly sounds like the easier route would be for them to secure their own land, as building a new stadium next to the San Siro is sounding very much like a non-starter.
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Is the new industrial area in the city proper of Milan? It sounds like dealing with the city government could be a problem. Sometimes it's easier to work with smaller municipalities.
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Old October 9th, 2019, 03:00 PM   #1143
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Inter & AC Milan Prefer Populous Plan For New Stadium

Inter and AC Milan currently prefer the new stadium plan put together by American architecture firm Populous according to a report from Turin based news outlet Tuttosport.

A decision on the winning project was expected to arrive two to three weeks after the public presentation of both the Populous plan and the joint plan by Davide Manica and Cmr Sportium at the end of September meaning that decision will soon be made.

The two clubs prefer the plan by Populous, known as ‘The Cathedral’, due to the fact it would be instantly recognisable and unique to anything else out there currently.

Despite receiving a lot of scrutiny from the Milan city council and local residents in the San Siro district, the two clubs refuse to be put off the idea of building a new stadium and at last night’s meeting with the residents, ruled out the possibility of the two clubs current San Siro home being renovated.
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Old October 9th, 2019, 03:11 PM   #1144
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Is the new industrial area in the city proper of Milan? It sounds like dealing with the city government could be a problem. Sometimes it's easier to work with smaller municipalities.
The former industrial area Falck lies in the municipality of Sesto San Giovanni, a northern suburb of Milan.

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Old October 9th, 2019, 06:02 PM   #1145
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"New stadium? Convinced that we will get the permits. I like the Cathedral, it's innovative"

Paolo Scaroni, president of Milan, spoke to Sky TG 24 to talk about the project for the new Milan and Inter stadium.

On the current stage: "The Meazza is a beautiful stage, we are all fond of each other. We had great successes there and it beats our hearts, but we must realize that it is no longer adequate for the times in which we live. In the third ring there is no "No kind of service. In modern stadiums, the areas dedicated to hospitabily are 100,000 square meters, and at the Meazza, there are 24,000. Abroad we see totally different things. There is also a theme of accessibility and security that is of other times. In stadiums modern non-skilled people can enter very easily ".

On the possible alternative in the event of non-authorization: "On the one hand we consider it impossible to play at the Meazza as it is, it is not suited to the needs of the clubs. We want to make a new San Siro at San Siro, we are convinced that we will get all the necessary authorizations , all this comes from private money. If we did not get the authorization we will sit at a table and decide ".

On dialogue with citizens: "It was a positive dialogue, we met the citizens because we wanted to listen to them. Some are related to the stadium, others to the project. When we build a new thing, certain things that are a great annoyance can be improved. The new stadiums are built so that the noise is maximum inside and minimum outside. It will be 60% less noise than the current one even though it is closer to the houses, even the vibrations will be reduced ".

On the project of the Cathedral: "I like the Cathedral because it is innovative. The modern stadiums are all very similar, this is a bit different. It is a very clear emblem of the Milan-Inter alliance to make a stadium together".
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Old October 9th, 2019, 07:20 PM   #1146
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is it the new roma stadium serie ?
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Old October 10th, 2019, 12:38 PM   #1147
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Inter chief executive Alessandro Antonello has shared his views on the the local authorities suggestion for Inter and AC Milan to consider the renovation of San Siro rather than proceed with their plans to build a new state-of-the-art stadium.

“We are surprised about the opinion of the local authorities on San Siro. A few months ago, around April, we had a meeting with them which seemed to be the object of no constraints,” he said in an interview with TGR Lombardia.

“We want to understand a little better, we are open to talking with them. We will be pleased to meet with them again.”

Antonello proceeded to confirm that the clubs currently have no back-up plans.“

Plan B? For us, the only project is a new stadium in the San Siro district. We will take the next steps together with the institutions and we will try to understand if this goal will still be feasible.”
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Old October 10th, 2019, 08:07 PM   #1148
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Why is the city so determined for a San Siro renovation. Inter and Milan are willing to pay for a new stadium themselves and the city shouldn't try and prevent it from happening.
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Why is the city so determined for a San Siro renovation. Inter and Milan are willing to pay for a new stadium themselves and the city shouldn't try and prevent it from happening.
Wild guess, but its likely that the city owns San Siro. If Inter and AC build their own new digs, they lose that cash cow. They'd rather the teams pay to fix it up on their own dime and keep the money rolling in.
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Pascual: "San Siro can be renovated. The stadiums have a soul".

Joan Pascual, the architect of the restructuring project for Barcelona's Camp Nou (in collaboration with the Japanese studio Nikken Sekkei), in a long interview to Tuttosport newspaper has commented on the future of San Siro: "You should not demolish everything and rebuild, because the stadiums have a soul".

"In 1967, I went on a school trip to Milan. I wanted to visit San Siro because it is a stadium that, like the Camp Nou, creates a strong sense of belonging among the fans. They are the soul of such plants. You cannot decide to deprive them of their seats, to make them feel strangers at home".

"I am sure that it is necessary to intervene, but not by making a clean sweep, because the new stadium will never be as beautiful as the current one. I am sure that the Barca has studied the possibility of making a new stadium, but they have understood that they would have lost the identity of a plant that, moreover, is architecturally magnificent, just like San Siro".

"It's like when you inherit your parents' home: to maintain your family's soul and identity is it better to renovate it or throw it down and make a new one? Try asking a fan of Inter or Milan if he believes his stadium has a soul or not. He will answer: "Please do not remove it". Think of Anfield and what happened to Barca. It is the magic of a sacred place. And we can't afford to lose it". "If I would bet on the restructuring of San Siro? Absolutely yes".

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Old October 11th, 2019, 05:59 PM   #1151
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Wild guess, but its likely that the city owns San Siro. If Inter and AC build their own new digs, they lose that cash cow. They'd rather the teams pay to fix it up on their own dime and keep the money rolling in.
Of course the city wants that. They want to reap the profits from the clubs, but without doing their fair share in investing in the stadium. Which is both nonsensical and insulting. The city is terrified of the teams leaving the San Siro district derelict and the city's coffers much emptier, but that's why if I were the clubs, I'd just work with another smaller municipality on their own privately funded stadium and forget dealing with Milan.
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You can be sure that the new stadium won't be done and a mega revamp of san siro will lead the battle
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Old October 12th, 2019, 03:57 PM   #1153
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‘The Cathedral’
Kind of internally looks like an overbuilt spanish stadium.. like Mestalla or Real Betis, Benito Villamarín Stadium.. with a main stand and the wrap around sides (big stands) that has been built afterwards, but the new San Siro its both sides that look like that.. I kinda like it.

I do think the lowest tier on the goal sides is a tad short though, should expand it a bit before finalising it.. would look aesthetically better then.

Externally it looks magnificent and will be a landmark.

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Old October 12th, 2019, 06:23 PM   #1154
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The architect behind one of the designs for a new San Siro hosting Milan and Inter assures it’ll be “better than the Tottenham Stadium,” which they also planned.

The two clubs are eager to construct a new arena next to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, at which point they can then tear down the iconic structure.

They reduced the shortlist down to two designs, one with concentric rings around the stadium, while the other by architects Populous would have slats based on the Duomo di Milano and Galleria.

“We started out with the desire to create something unique for the city of Milan,” architect Alessandro Zoppini told Radio Sportiva.

“We used the two principle symbols of Milan, which are the Duomo and the Galleria. We wanted a stadium that was extremely functional and could with the full context around it revamp an urban zone that is currently underdeveloped. The ground where it’d be built is currently unused for six days out of seven.

“It’s a stadium that will be even better than recent project, such as the Tottenham Stadium (also designed by Populous). It’ll have a great atmosphere for the fans, but also be open to all those who live in the area.

“It’d recycle energy resources and have less of an audible impact on surrounding homes. We plan to plant thick trees that will completely surround the stadium.

“We’re ready to start tomorrow if we’re chosen and the arena can be completed in three and a half to four years. We worked for over a year on the feasibility of reconstructing the Stadio Meazza, but it’s like an old car: it uses up too much energy, makes too much noise and doesn’t have modern comforts, so it’s basically an obsolete structure.”
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Old October 13th, 2019, 05:06 AM   #1155
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THE IDEA: BUILD THE NEW STADIUM, BUT REGENERATE SAN SIRO

Urban regeneration is a concept that follows the principle of "zero soil consumption" and also means the recovery and redevelopment of degraded parts of the cities, areas that have lost their original function through interventions that limit the consumption of territory, safeguard the environmental and landscape, and iconic aspects of a city. San Siro is a monument full of memories. Each one has its own: beautiful, ugly, unforgettable or to forget. San Siro is an emotion, a triumph, a hug, a quarrel, a kiss; San Siro is a whirlwind of actions, situations, instants. San Siro is Milan and Milan is San Siro.

Here is the proposal by the PRINCIPIOATTIVO ARCHITECTURE GROUP studio: build the new stadium, but regenerate the Meazza as happened in other cities, look at London's Highbury Square for example.




Concept idea. The group has proposed to remove the third ring and keep the roof beams or eliminate them, leaving the structure of the 20s and 50s of the 20th century completely transformed for new needs (small wood & lawn (for shows), amphitheater, museum, food/lounge, offices, gyms) and able to host cultural/music/entertainment events.







https://blog.urbanfile.org/2019/10/1...are-il-meazza/
https://www.fcinter1908.it/copertina...o-il-progetto/
https://www.passioneinter.com/esclus...san-siro-next/
https://www.calcioefinanza.it/2019/1...ualificazione/
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Rubbish idea!
Better to demolish it to build a whole new thing.
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Survey launched by Inter-Milan: over 1 million responses

A week after the questionnaire’s launch about the new stadium project and the San Siro area redevelopment, the number of responses has exceeded a million. About 40.000 unique users and over 68.000 suggestions were collected using open questions. This proves the extraordinary enthusiasm of residents and fans for a project which gives a modern, spectacular and inclusive stadium to the City. Accessibility, safety, innovation and respect for the environment in the construction of the new stadium and its multifunctional district, were the fundamental aspects for users. A significant percentage (more than 80 per cent) of fans said they were unwilling to travel 100 km to reach smaller stadiums for a long period of time, if the Meazza stadium was renovated. 90% of voters believe that the construction of the new stadium will regenerate the whole San Siro district and will bring economic and social benefits to the City and the community. The questionnaire is part of the consultation process, initiated by A.C. Milan S.p.A and F.C. Internazionale Milano S.p.A., with the City, families and fans.

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Third way: Milan and Inter will "save" something of the Meazza.

The two projects signed by Populous and Manica-Progetto CMR presented little traces of the Meazza stadium. And instead, something could remain standing in a sign of memory for the future generations, according to today's edition of Il Corriere della Sera newspaper. Milan and Inter are thinking of "correcting" the concept designs that have been unveiled on September 26, with to goal save a piece of the "temple of football". Perhaps, the clubs also hope to soften the resistance of certain political groups, citizens, and fans, which are against the complete demolition of a "monument" with almost a century of history.

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New renderings

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Populous has finally published the project on its website
https://populous.com/project/the-cat...7n5fA8MoxdBIA0





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