The new revolution

The 1990s has been a boom decade for stadiums. Vast sums of media money have been poured into sports and entertainment, and architects have responded with technical gymnastics enabling every last dollar to be squeezed out of each new enterprise. Simon Inglis charts the rise of a building sector that ...

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