NFL: New renderings of the Atlanta Falcons new $1 billion stadium

June 17, 2013

Athletics

NFL: New renderings of the Atlanta Falcons new $1 billion stadium

By Leon Stafford
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A stadium with a more puzzle box roof opening is the working favorite for the new playing field for the Atlanta Falcons.

During a stadium committee meeting Monday of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, the stadium’s architect revealed it preferred a concept of a geometric roof design in which a series of panels would open directly above the football field.

The lead architect for the planned new Atlanta Falcons stadium, Kansas City-based 360 Architecture, has selected 3 Atlanta-based firms to partner in the design of the facility, the Falcons said Friday.

The three firms – Goode Van Slyke Architecture, Stanley Beaman & Sears and tvsdesign

http://www.ajc.com/news/business/falcons-stadium-concept-moves-forward/nYM5p/

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Atlanta Falcons Stadium

Atlanta Falcons Stadium

Atlanta Falcons Stadium

Atlanta Falcons Stadium

Atlanta Falcons Stadium

Atlanta Falcons Stadium

Atlanta Falcons Stadium

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Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium
Broke ground: April 15, 1964
Opened: April 9, 1965
Closed: October 24, 1996
Demolished: August 2, 1997

Fulton County Stadium

Fulton County

Atlanta Fulton County Stadium

Atlanta Fulton County Stadium

Atlanta Fulton County Stadium

Fulton County Stadium

Fulton County Stadium

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Video: Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium implosion

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Georgia Dome
Broke ground: November 22, 1989
Opened: September 6, 1992

Georgia Dome

Georgia Dome

Georgia Dome

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