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WEDNESDAY 23 JULY 2014

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Longo Park Design Workshop's Jay Longo and Jennifer Park to join Forum Studio

Co-founders of Longo Park Design Workshop Jay Longo and Jennifer Park will join ...

Three experts in sports design relocate from HKS Sports (Dallas) to Gensler

Jonathan Kelley, AIA, Jerry Fawcett AIA, and Byron Chambers, AIA will join Gensl...

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EVENTS

26.03.2014 

Designs of the Year at the Design Museum 

Now in its seventh year, Designs of the Year gathers together a year of cutting-edge innov  ...read more

01.05.2014 

Beyond the Supersquare 

The indelible influence of Latin American and Caribbean modernist architecture on contempo  ...read more

05.07.2014 

Backstage at the Bank of England 

On two Saturdays in July and again over a weekend in September, the Bank of England will i  ...read more

21.07.2014 

Aram Graduates 2014 

Launching on 21 July at The Aram Gallery in the Aram Store, Aram Graduates 2014 takes its   ...read more

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

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