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Old November 4th, 2008, 08:25 PM   #61
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On this case is very practical, if you read the stadium press release from HOK, you'll realized that the design was influenced by the mountain which is the symbol of Monterrey. Once inside, the view of the mountain will be simply spectacular, only people who have been in the city of mountains would know this...

HOK Sport wing unveils 'Armadillo' stadium

11 September, 2008

By Dan Stewart

New York-based MASS Studio designs metallic-clad 50,000-seat football stadium in Mexico

MASS Studio, the special project wing of architecture firm HOK Sport, has unveiled designs for a 50,000-seat armadillo-style stadium in Monterrey, Mexico.

The Estadio de Futbol sits at the foot of the Cerro de la Silla mountain, which MASS's architects said inspired the 55m cantilevered roof and metallic “armature” cladding.

Christopher Lee, MASS's senior principal and designer of the stadium, said: “The Estadio de Fútbol Monterrey will challenge the expectations of what a modern world-class football stadium can be. The stadium will be the most atmospheric football stadium in Latin America; the perfect football stadium.”

MASS works in parallel with HOK Sport to work on special projects and research and develop mass assembly buildings.

http://www.building.co.uk/story.asp?...de=3122214&c=0

Estadio de Fútbol will occupy a central position in the newly restored Parque La Pastora. This is located at the foot of the Cerro de la Silla mountain, the “saddle” shape of which also influenced the design of the stadium.


Ah! That makes sense, great view.
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Old November 5th, 2008, 08:26 AM   #62
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awsome....it's going to have a great view..
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Old November 7th, 2008, 03:19 AM   #63
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It was also recentley announced that the proposed stadium design has just won an award from the American Institute of Architects, well done.

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Monterrey Stadium wins AIA Award

HOK Sport’s design for the Fútbol Club de Monterrey’s new Stadium in Monterrey Mexico, has won a Citation Award from American Institute of Architects (AIA central states).

The 50,000 seat aluminium clad building pays homage to the iconic Cerro de la Silla mountain range that dominates the city of Monterrey.

The design of the stadium is led from the New York studio.

La noticia apenas fue puesta por "alguien" dentro del comite que premio el diseño directamente en el thread del estadio en SCC en Stadiums & sports Arenas




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I quite like this stadium, although it is very similar to Lansdowne Road.

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Very similar indeed, but not quite the same.

Is the one in Belfast a proposal?, is it going to be built soon?

Did HOK Sport designed it too?

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The picture in question is definitely of the proposed stadium at The Maze / Long Kesh in Northern Ireland.

The stadium is a proposal at the moment and has been for a very long time. There are various political issues with the building of this stadium that have been dragged out for a few years now. Basically, the whole thing is on the verge of being scrapped and is universally unpopular amongst football fans in Northern Ireland, disliked by about 60% or more of the rugby union fans. The site is a joke - £124m or so is set aside for improving transport routes to the stadium. At a total cost of £240m for 35,000 seats, it's absurdly costly - it's due to cost about £300 each per tax payer in Northern Ireland.

It's not in Belfast. In fact, it's not even really in anywhere - it's on the site of a former prison, near Lisburn, and is a good 10 miles from Belfast.

The proposed design is known to have changed from the render, so if, by some miracle, it does get built, it will look different than the currently available render. The render available shows a lower tier that can hold 18,000 seats or 25,000 in a mix of seats and standing space. The executive boxes are also on the third level in this render.

According to Mike Reid, CEO of Ulster Rugby, this has since been changed to a lower tier containing 20,000 seats or 25,000 with a mix of seats and standing space and the executive boxes have been lowered to level two. Apparently, this is to give a fully enclosed lower bowl that would be most suitable for Ulster Rugby.
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Old November 7th, 2008, 08:05 PM   #65
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I hope the stadium in Lisburn gets built. It's also a nice looking stadium. I can't wait to see the stadium and the park in Monterrey. I'm sure they are going to look just great. Has anybody seen any renders of teh park?
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I quite like this stadium, although it is very similar to Lansdowne Road.



The picture in question is definitely of the proposed stadium at The Maze / Long Kesh in Northern Ireland.

The stadium is a proposal at the moment and has been for a very long time. There are various political issues with the building of this stadium that have been dragged out for a few years now. Basically, the whole thing is on the verge of being scrapped and is universally unpopular amongst football fans in Northern Ireland, disliked by about 60% or more of the rugby union fans. The site is a joke - £124m or so is set aside for improving transport routes to the stadium. At a total cost of £240m for 35,000 seats, it's absurdly costly - it's due to cost about £300 each per tax payer in Northern Ireland.

It's not in Belfast. In fact, it's not even really in anywhere - it's on the site of a former prison, near Lisburn, and is a good 10 miles from Belfast.

The proposed design is known to have changed from the render, so if, by some miracle, it does get built, it will look different than the currently available render. The render available shows a lower tier that can hold 18,000 seats or 25,000 in a mix of seats and standing space. The executive boxes are also on the third level in this render.

According to Mike Reid, CEO of Ulster Rugby, this has since been changed to a lower tier containing 20,000 seats or 25,000 with a mix of seats and standing space and the executive boxes have been lowered to level two. Apparently, this is to give a fully enclosed lower bowl that would be most suitable for Ulster Rugby.
Thanks for the explanation, I hope Northern Ireland fans get the stadium they're looking for; good luck on that!

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Wow, i love it.
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Old March 13th, 2009, 07:41 AM   #68
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Has construction started yet?
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The construction of this stadium means that Monterrey will have two soccer-specific stadiums and one stadium with a track.
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Old April 9th, 2009, 12:51 AM   #70
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Old April 14th, 2009, 12:01 AM   #71
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looks great, when will building start?

really great project, color is magnificent
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then what's up? with this awesome stadium!?
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so what happened with international monterrey stadium??
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so what happened with international monterrey stadium??
ditto. This stadium looks too sweet to not be constructed! It would be cool for Mexico's first division.
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Approve construction of the stadium to Monterrey

With everything and cries of the opposition, deputies approved a land lease as a loan greater than 24 hectares to build the group Femsa property
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Wednesday March 31, 2010 | 20:54
Amid cries of''traitor,''traitors''and''devil's advocates, opposition groups, members of the PRI, PAN, New Alliance and the Green Ecologist, approved in transfer fees in higher ground bailment 24 hectares for 60 years to the business group Fomento Economico Mexicano (Femsa) to build a soccer stadium.

The Commissions on Urban Development and Treasury of the approvals granted in concession to the Sports Development and Trade Company Ltd. a property located on the side of La Pastora in the conurbation town of Guadalupe, to build the stadium Rayados de Monterrey.

Hector Morales, president of the Urban Development Commission, said the subsidiary of Femsa, you get the loan for a period of 60 years, a period of time that you can recover the investment. The property transferred is 245 thousand square 471 meters and the work the private consortium will invest two billion dollars.

The company, as approved, shall be required to deliver the property to the State Government for various nonprofit events. It should also give free tickets to outstanding students in the municipality of Guadalupe. Shall be prohibited on the premises are located casinos and any business where they are installed gaming machines.

In addition, the company prevents explore underground to extract water from groundwater, using the Rio La Silla for water extraction, waste dumping nor flood areas.

Congressman Morales said that the stadium will be a tourist attraction of the entity.

The opinion of the property guarantees the holder the possibility of leasing the building for shops, restaurants and sports and cultural events.
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