Finally, A Stadium Shaped Like A Crocodile
I'm as baffled as you are that it's taken so long, but it seems someday we still might get
the stadium we've all known architecture really needs
Originally proposed back in 2010, the
Every generation-huddle up-every generation, there is a paradigm-shifting project, something that begins as a mere rumor, perhaps, a ray of hope, a daydream, just a hushed whisper between friends, something cautiously tapped between colleagues over chat, a monumental undertaking that could redefine everything that came before.
Think of the Manhattan Project, the U.S. Interstate, the moon landing. This 1.6 million square-foot wild animal, its mouth stretched terrifyingly open as if to feed on the very minds of the opposing team, causing epidemics of hemorrhaging and outbreaks of own-goals, is such a project. Turn away, world , this creature says, when you look long at the crocodile, the crocodile also looks back at you . [ Sozuneri Architects via Nick Arvin ]