Friday, 13 April 2012

London Olympic Stadium & Olympic Tickets

Olympic Stadium London is the centrepiece of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and Paralympic Games2012. The stadium in Marsh Gate Lane in Stratford and has potential for the Lower Lea Valley is about 80,000 games, making it the third largest stadium in the UK for the time being to Wembley Stadium and Twickenham Stadium. 
Land grounding for the stadium began in mid-2007, and the official start date for construction, 22 May 2008; despite the pile driving was not officially began four weeks ago on this day: The stadium hosted the World Championships in Athletics in 2017. The stadium project, which on 7 November 2007 began the architect, densely populated, took over the architectural firm that specializes in the design of sports facilities and convention centers, special events planning and construction of four years from 2007 to 2011th
It is a unique 80 000 seat stadium is the centerpiece for the 2012 Olympic Games, the opening and closing ceremonies and sports events organized, permanent transformation of a 60,000 seat stadium after the Games, as well as the 2009 track and was Field Stadium should contain to be excavated in the area, "The natural tendency of the country in the design with a warm-up and dressing area to be dug to the bottom of the basement of a lightweight, portable steel and concrete: soft clay on the site that about 25,000 permanent place the use of a particular branch of the Rakers is found, this high degree of "Bowl with another 55,000 spectators, and the approaching end. 
This view of Tom Dyckhoff has been divided, architecture critic is not the time that the project "disappointing tragic" as one described and pointed out that "seeing the architecture of the years 2008 and 2012 Olympics by historians as a" subterfuge, the rate of increasing acceptance in the West and the East "for. Amanda Baillieu (Building Design magazine) challenge, the author argues that the stadium is ecologically sustainable and good value for money but she argues that the reality is the opposite be, he argues that.

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