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Populous in last two for Milan’s San Siro stadium replacement


I wasn't so much criticising, than just suggesting any architect who is signed up to Architects Declare should publicly state how any project relates to the pledges, otherwise the pledges remain distinct from real projects and not something to be continually tested against. There will be logical reasons in many instances for not always aligning to the pledges, but if they are acknowledged in press releases & discussion then at least it can be a public conversation. But, more importantly, having been to the San Siro to see Ipswich Town play (and lose against!) Inter, those never-ending spirals will be a huge loss to stadium architecture! Not to mention the power of turning the corner from the stables and seeing that wonderful roof towering above.

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23 October, 2019

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