Future stadia in pictures, including Tottenham

yankspurs

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Some absolutely beautiful designs in there. Is our stadium the best out of all of those? Pains me to say it, but for sure not. It is, however, so much nicer than the Olympic Stadium(lol spammers). Best in the prem? Not sure. A few clubs are looking to do some nice things. So that's a wait and see, IMO.
 

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Some absolutely beautiful designs in there. Is our stadium the best out of all of those? Pains me to say it, but for sure not. It is, however, so much nicer than the Olympic Stadium(lol spammers). Best in the prem? Not sure. A few clubs are looking to do some nice things. So that's a wait and see, IMO.
Agree. Olympic stadium is about as boring and basic as you could find.

I wish ours wasn't as modern looking. Unless you're going for something innovative like the Allianz, I prefer stadia to look majestic. Lots of brick, impressive entrance area, columns maybe. Something that really imposes itself on it's visitors.
 

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Agree. Olympic stadium is about as boring and basic as you could find.

I wish ours wasn't as modern looking. Unless you're going for something innovative like the Allianz, I prefer stadia to look majestic. Lots of brick, impressive entrance area, columns maybe. Something that really imposes itself on it's visitors.
Definitely columns. Should be somewhere where Thor would go to watch Valkyries chariot racing. With flame throwers and statues of angels/gods/demons. It should be a place where tourists from around the world travel to gaze in wonder.
 

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Agree. Olympic stadium is about as boring and basic as you could find.

I wish ours wasn't as modern looking. Unless you're going for something innovative like the Allianz, I prefer stadia to look majestic. Lots of brick, impressive entrance area, columns maybe. Something that really imposes itself on it's visitors.
Definitely columns. Should be somewhere where Thor would go to watch Valkyries chariot racing. With flame throwers and statues of angels/gods/demons. It should be a place where tourists from around the world travel to gaze in wonder.


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Fuck me. There's some right miserable bastards that support our club :)

Id say we have an average at best graphic representation of what our new home will be like. But rest assured in amongst the built up London sky line (most of the others are situated in open areas) the new Lane will look phenomenal.

Its then up to us to turn it into a proper old school ground full of atmosphere. Thats where the legacy lies
 

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Especially when they contain a tagline saying "© All rights reserved"

Lets be honest here, that's a pretty blatant hint.
 
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I actually think ours looks good compared to most of them. Most are so far out that they will look outdated within a few years where ours has the less is more attitude and will stand the test of time.
 

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Fuck me. There's some right miserable bastards that support our club :)

Id say we have an average at best graphic representation of what our new home will be like. But rest assured in amongst the built up London sky line (most of the others are situated in open areas) the new Lane will look phenomenal.

Its then up to us to turn it into a proper old school ground full of atmosphere. Thats where the legacy lies
I agree about the internal atmosphere and from a design perspective i would settle for some standard corrogated iron cladding if it meant a truly exceptional internal design and atmosphere.

However i do think there's something to say about a decent external design and ours isn't that. I actually would like to have seen more of the bright white squarish shapes from the Sainsburys and Club HQ building replicated across the stadium.
 

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looks really good - the concept is very good which will create an amazing price of architecture and an iconic design, something unfortunately our stadium lacks. Difference when good architects are involved.
You can see all that in the pictures released?
 
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