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The Philippine Arena completes in Manila, signalling a shift in stadium design
“The Philippine Arena is the first of a new breed of entertainment mega arenas and theatres developing across Asia,” says Andrew James, Project Director for The Philippine Arena and Populous Senior Principal. He is referring to a 50,000-seat AUD$200m stadium designed by Populous and constructed by Korean firm Hanwha Engineering and Construction, recently completed north of Manila.
Funded by Iglesia Ni Cristo (The Church of Christ) as a gift for the community, The Philippine Arena is a located on a generously-proportioned greenfield site and is due to host a variety of cultural, entertainment, sporting and religious events. The one-sided seating bowl is split into two tiers, both including approximately 25,000 seats.
The lower bowl will be the more heavily-used of the two tiers, with a curtain hung from the roof soffit providing a clear separation between levels during small