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Argentine Metaverse Stadium by Veliz Arquitecto

Project name:
Argentine Metaverse Stadium
Architecture firm:
Veliz Arquitecto
Tools used:
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Jorge Luis Veliz Quintana
Design team:
Jorge Luis Veliz Quintana
Built area:
10 000 m²
Site area:
10 000 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Veliz Arquitecto
Concept - Design
Sports, Stadium

Veliz Arquitecto: To create an enclosure similar to a stadium that adopts the shape and character that defines the functional essence of the work, it is important to take into account codes that give evidence of it (the shape, the stands, the field, the monumental), taking as starting point and central axis of Argentine Soccer, its history and legacy as an inheritance to the new generations.  We start from a central idea that is based on a unique continent where only the work is UNIQUE and without formal external noise, in addition symbols are taken to take them to the formal plane. 

We started with the idea of ​​a ramp with curves and not so clean shapes to characterize the sacrifice and vicissitudes of an athlete, then we created a platform suspended in the air with elements that surround the field and through these curves that break and represent the controversies that surrounded the life around the land, we give it an organic character with the vegetation that represents that life as a natural individual and thus we offer scale to the project, the rings represent the victories and goals achieved, a very clean and solid curved roof refers to to the monumental race, finishing this cover an important gesture is made that represents the top and this element that points to the sky, in the center of the playing field the absence of grass was worked and only the marking lines were left to generate that sensation In addition to being in the air as if it were being played from the sky, the path of the goal is also marked by a line of light that shines inside.  Ro of the enclosure, the use of white, light blue and gold refer to the colors of the Argentine flag, all this is closing the concept when in a top view and from the sky they make the project simulate the shape of the number 10.

By Liliana Alvarez

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