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The Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura takes a different direction for Estádio Municipal de Braga, built for Euro 2004. It offers only two stands facing each other on the long sides of the football field. The stadium is built in the rock and one of its sides is close to the edge of a cliff. Open on two sides, it stands out from the classical image and offers an integration to its environment fundamentally different from other constructions of the same kind. The services are distributed under the stands, as well as in the mass of the hill crossed by the building. The stadium of Souto de Moura is open to its environment and uses the topography of the site as an integral part of the project.
The architect of the contemporary stadium offers different geometric solutions to differentiate his work-monument from those already built, always in search of new ideas and new paradigms. The ancient stadium, in its programmatic and geometrical accuracy, still seduces today, at the risk of making these monuments repetitive and diminishing their importance in the landscape of cities. The stadium, since ancient times, is a symbol in the same way as the theater. Thus Berlin will be recognized in its historical stage, Beijing at its stage signed Herzog & De Meuron, Wembley at Foster + Partners, Durban at the Moses-Mabhida stadium built in 2007, etc. But is the importance of a stadium due to its architecture and its location in its context or is it defined by the teams that will play there, the matches that will take place and the victories that will result?
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