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Lansdowne Road Stadium

11 November 2010

Double Stadia win for Populous at 2010 World Architecture Festival

Populous, the Architects of the London 2012 Olympic Stadium, celebrated a double win at the recent World Architecture Festival Awards in Barcelona. Soccer City Stadium, designed by Populous and Boogertman and Partners, won...

23 June 2010

2010 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Architects: Scott Tallon Walker & Populous Aviva Stadium, previously called the Lansdowne Road Stadium, hosted its first game of international rugby in 1878. The 50,000 seat stadium will be used for international rugby...

15 May 2010

Aviva Stadium completed

Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland, designed as a result of a collaboration between global architects Populous and Dublin”¬źbased architects, Scott Tallon Walker is officially opened today by An Taoiseach, Brian Cowen, TD. Aviva Stadium,...

14 May 2010

Aviva wows with her glorious curves

The collective gasp the IRFU and FAI had hoped for when showing the media around the new Aviva Stadium on Lansdowne Road this morning never quite materialised, primarily because, for many, it was...

24 October 2009

New kid on the block

The curves and expanse of the elegant stadium roof follow a graceful dive, like the down sweep of a giant skateboard ramp. From the south side, it races from its highest point, falling...

20 February 2009

Buro Happold creating unique geometry at Lansdowne Road Stadium

Geoff Werran, project director, and Fergus McCormick, structural engineering leader, of Buro Happold describe the concrete works at the new Aviva (Lansdowne Road) Stadium in Dublin. The Aviva Stadium (previously Lansdowne Road) has...

20 January 2009

Raising the roof on a field of dreams

Sports fans will raise the roof on the new Lansdowne Road stadium when it opens on schedule next year. Work has started on the roof structure of the new 50,000 capacity venue, which...

12 September 2008

HOK Sports elegant tackling

Taking shape across the skyline of Dublin is the transformation of the city’s Lansdowne Road stadium into a state-of the-art sporting venue for rugby and football. The site’s existing constraints all had to...

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