Stadia: A Design and Development Guide

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Architectural Press, 2000 - Architecture - 267 pages
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This completely updated third edition is an essential design guide for those responsible for designing and providing new stadia and also making major alterations to existing buildings. Stadia are one of the most exciting building types; designed well, they can enhance and provide a comfortable venue for great occasions. One new chapter for this edition - 'Stadia and Tourism' looks at this modern, very interesting aspect of stadia.




This authoritative and comprehensive guide to stadia design will be invaluable to those responsible for the provision of new stadia or refurbishment. Both authors have been involved in the design of stadia, arenas and grandstands for many years and this book reflects their wealth of experience and expertise.

* Learn from the knowledge of this well-known author team: Rod Sheard is Senior Vice President of HOK + LOBB Sport, Leisure and Entertainment Architects
* International appeal, worldwide case studies, including the new Wembley
* Highly illustrated, covering all technical aspects in detail, includes a section on 'Stadia and Tourism'

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Contents

The stadium as a building type
1
Masterplanning
27
External planning
35
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Architect, The Lobb Partnership.

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