Milanese rivals reveal competing designs for a new stadium

AC Milan and Inter Milan on Thursday bestowed two style ideas for the sports stadium they envision can replace the historic Giuseppe Meazza sports stadium in the San Siro district of Milan,

The two ideas, from Manica/Sportium and Populous, were unveiled at an event within the Politecnico di Milan when the clubs in July delayed their proposal for a brand new 60,000-seat sports stadium which will be the centrepiece of a private supported €1.2bn ($1.32bn) mixed-use development.

‘The Rings of Milano’ project by Manica/Sportium consists of 2 rings, interlocked and set apart to symbolize the unity of the 2 clubs within the sports stadium vision.

The idea is to rework the San Siro into a park and amusement district for the individuals of the town to experience year-round, conserving the first pitch’s location and reimagining it as a present to the community.

Populous’ proposal, entitled ‘The Cathedral’, attracts inspiration from two of Milan’s most famous buildings; the Duomo and the Galleria. A sunlit Galleria encircles the sports stadium surrounded by a glass façade. The Cathedral has been designed to form a novel home for the fans and supporters with customized installations.

The sports stadium is meant to be the foremost property in Europe. The Galleria is of course cooled, and passively heated, electrical phenomenon panels line the sports stadium roof, and every rainwater is collected from the roof and reused. The sports stadium is enclosed by 22 acres of greenhouse, which reduces water runoff.

The multi-functional district is going to be engineered to the very best standards of eco-sustainability so as to permit the San Siro district to yet again re-establish itself as a destination of European and world excellence for sports and amusement.

We can think about the aesthetics, practicality, however conjointly the opinions of the fans. however, nothing is concrete, as we are still at the preliminary ideas. For now, there are two concepts and shall look into their details.