The design for the Perth Stadium has been decided on, thanks to a few different architects who came together for the project. The stadium will fit 60,000 people, and have a bronze material wrapped around its outside.
The choice for the bronze material came from a desire to have something similar to the Australian countryside in the area. Because the country becomes so hot and dry most of the year, bronze seemed to be the most appropriate color to reflect this. The stadium will house a number of different sporting events, allowing for a variety of people to enjoy what the structure has to offer. Even better, it's well connected by public transport making it easy to come and go.
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The Perth Stadium Takes on a Reflective Shield
1. Reflective Facades - The use of reflective materials in the construction of buildings provides an opportunity for disruptive innovation in architecture and design.
2. Bronze Aesthetic - The incorporation of bronze as an exterior material in stadiums and other structures opens up possibilities for disruptive innovation in material engineering and construction.
3. Sustainable Stadium Design - The focus on environmentally friendly design and public transportation accessibility in stadiums presents opportunities for disruptive innovation in sustainable architecture and urban planning.
1. Architecture - The trend of using reflective facades and innovative materials in stadium design offers opportunities for disruptive innovation in architectural practices and techniques.
2. Construction - The incorporation of unique materials like bronze in stadium construction creates disruptive innovation opportunities for the construction industry, particularly in material sourcing and installation techniques.
3. Sports and Entertainment - The development of sustainable and visually striking stadiums presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the sports and entertainment industry, providing new experiences for fans and visitors.