A Look Into the Architectural Designs of the Lusail and 974 Stadium

The 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar has kicked off this year and to prepare for the event, Qatar has invested billions of dollars in building eco-friendly and architecturally advanced sports facilities, undertaking enormous economic and infrastructure developments.

Lionel Scharly, Strategic Architectural Advisor, Real Estate Bees gives his perspective on Qatar World Cup buildings as well as highlights significant features in the architectural designs of the Lusail and 974 Stadium:

“The Foster + Partners Stadium is designed as a gold stadium with the famous structural triangle, technically characterized also as a diamond and very well adapted to the situation of Qatar. Also, Stadium 974, which is built with containers, is a very good architectural project for not only climate change but also a sustainable environment.”

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