The Grand Stade de Casablanca promises to be a revolutionary meeting of large sporting structures and the rapidly growing design tsunami that is eco architecture.
Set to be constructed in a giant abandoned quarry, the Grand Stade de Casablanca is being designed to resemble a glistening mineral. The final structure will also feature prominent perforated concrete "blades" that will encourage ventilation, provide shade and shelter for the garden oasis that will make up the interior of the stadium's outer wall.
Expected to be finished in 2013, the mega stadium will be a literal sports paradise with a responsible eco footprint.
Green Home Workspaces
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Luxury Eco Spas
Abandoned Men's Club Renovations
Idyllic Eco Pools
The Grand Stade de Casablanca is a Monolithic Eco Sports Structure
By: Jordan M - Published: Jan 18, 2011 • References: scau