Naming rights stadium v Stratford Stadium

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Lanh

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Didn't Levy say that the one tier stand would be a feature wherever we end up?

With only one image released at this point, I'll reserve judgment looks wise.
 

Lilbaz

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Maybe the other side? Little different as it curls up more on the roof (to me at least) possibly for the extra 4k seats?
 

bigturnip

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I like the way all the people on the grass are fenced in, is DL planning a human zoo for Stratford?
 

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Either way architecturally it's not nice, neither was naming rights... its hard treating the megabowls of today, but Herzog and De Meuron were in on Portsmouth's abortive stadium, and did the Allianz Arena in collaboration with bigger sports architects, even Foster getting in on the act with the new Nou Camp idea - I think both of our proposals look lacking in design vision, and it'd be nice to have something a million times cooler than the Immigrants just to reinforce how much more stylish a club we are.. still that would be a few more millions...
 

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Maybe the other side? Little different as it curls up more on the roof (to me at least) possibly for the extra 4k seats?
I think it could just be the angle we are viewing it at.

The design of the stadium looks the same, just with a few changes
 

RichieS

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I think it could just be the angle we are viewing it at.

The design of the stadium looks the same, just with a few changes
That's what I thought - it doesn't look much different to me. Apart from maybe some kind of texturing on the aluminium cladding.
 
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