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Stadiums reach luxurious proportions
Implications - No longer satisfied with basic stadiums, architects are being commissioned to create luxury venues as majestic public entertainment centers. The most notable of 2008 was Beijing’s “Bird’s Nest” stadium, and London’s flat-pack stadium for the 2012 Olympics is also arousing early curiosity.
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2008 Olympic Architecture - China's Stadium Designs
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2008 Olympic Architecture
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20,000 Square Foot Video Screen - Dallas Cowboys Stadium
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20,000 Square Foot Video Screen
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