The realization of the new stadium of Inter and Milan is a tight derby between Sportium and Populous. The two studies, in the running respectively with the projects "The rings of San Siro" and "La Cattedrale", took part in a debate organized in Milan. Sportium has also revealed some details. Following what reported by "Tuttosport"
DERBY STADIUM – The parallel challenge between the two studios behind the remaining projects continues. Sportium with 'The rings of Milan' and Populous with 'The Cathedral'. The last occasion was offered by a debate organized by the 'Milano Merita' association two nights ago at the Ippodromo del Galoppo. " Populous has realized 1325 stadiums so far, we hope this is the 1326th ," said architect Alessandro Zoppini who represents the American studio in Italy. Effective the counter-attack of the architect Massimo Roj of Sportium: « This is not one of the many projects. It's my project for my city and our teams. And I would give the soul to do it, "said Roj with a phrase that underlines the very close relationship between Sportium and Milan.
PARTICULARS – Sportium took advantage of the meeting to illustrate some more details about his project. The plaques with the triumphs of Inter and Milan in the new stadium would no longer be close, as now at the entrance of the first red ring of San Siro , but divided between the two teams. Those of the Nerazzurri on the north side of the plant, those of the Rossoneri on the south side. There are two museums, one per team, and four shops: one for each of the two rings. Among the materials used there would be a massive use of the Lombard strain, an ornamental stone extracted on the shores of Lake Iseo. And next to the San Siro lawn, preserved on the roof of the shopping center, a portion of the second orange ring would be kept to accommodate 400 people. An outline of re-functionalization of the San Siro.
Source : Tuttosport – Stefano Scacchi
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