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Fourth generation stadium for Debrecen designed by Bord Architectural Studio

Bord Architectural Studio has been commissioned by Nagyerdei Stadionrekonstrukciós Kft. to design a new stadium for one of the biggest cities of Hungary, Debrecen. According to studio founder Peter Bordás's ideas, the stadium is a so-called fourth generation development, meaning that it is not only able to house sporting events, but serves as a leisure and community centre for the city's inhabitants throughout the year.

The building will be integrated harmonically into an existing park, offering several possibilities of sports and entertainment to the public. The asymmetric construction is covered by a transparent structure, which allows the building to be integrated harmonically into the surrounding landscape. Already onsite, the stadium is to be completed in early 2014.

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