by Seatraffic in Architecture on Thursday 28 February 2013

Japan recently selected Zaha Hadid as the winner of their competition to design a new national stadium. Love it or hate it, Hadid’s architecture is the precedent in form and fluidity it today’s design world. Using advanced 3D modeling and scripting, her firm is creating some of the most striking designs in the field. The initial renderings of the project, while still much unresolved, show an incredible form that seems to emerge from the surrounding landscape. The stadium has seating for 80,000 spectators and will be the host of the of the 2020 Rugby World Cup.