Mexico's volcano-shaped stadium in Guadalajara city is a unique architecture to entertain the soccer fans in a sustainable way.
Conceived by French architects Jean-Marie Massaud and Daniel Pouzet, the exterior of the stadium has been designed to resemble a volcano and covered with greenary. To make the stadium more energy efficient, the stadium is capable of collecting rainwater that is used to water the pitch. Moreover, it has got some incredible green features such the white membrane resembling clouds and energy efficient lights and green parking spaces.
The 45,000 seating capacity volcano-shaped stadium was specially made for Mexico's popular soccer team 'The Chivas.'
Jean-Marie Massaud and Daniel Pouzet's stadium is a green way to promote sports without harming the eco system.
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