The Atlanta Falcons released some photos of the conceptual design of the new Atlanta Stadium.
The Atlanta Falcons announced today the completion of a conceptual design of the new Atlanta stadium and plans to immediately move into the schematic design phase of the project. These actions follow conceptual design approval today by the Georgia World Congress Center Board of Governors, as required by the new stadium memorandum of understanding.
The conceptual design is intended to begin to define stadium configuration, scale and relationship of the project components. The schematic design phase of the project will further develop the conceptual design.
“The conceptual design phase of the new stadium project has been a dynamic, interactive and collaborative process,” Falcons President & CEO Rich McKay said. “Our discussions and decisions have focused on creating an iconic asset for the city and state, a great game day experience for our fans and attendees of other events that will be held in the new stadium, and a connection with the surrounding communities. We look forward to moving into the more detailed design phase with our great partners at 360 Architecture and their recently-selected joint venture partners.”
On June 14, the Falcons announced that three Atlanta architecture firms were selected to partner with lead architect 360 Architecture. The three firms – Goode Van Slyke Architecture (GVSA), Stanley Beaman & Sears, and tvsdesign – will contribute to the stadium design in a number of areas while also lending their knowledge of downtown Atlanta including the area surrounding the new stadium.
Conceptual design renderings can be viewed on www.newatlantastadium.com.