We usually work in a context, but this time there was none. What therefore proved crucial was the decision about the asymmetrical roof, subordinated to the logic of the streams of commuters, and the need to intuitively redirect fans headed to the stadium esplanade. We wrapped the non-parallel, intersecting lines inspired by the multiple directions of roads, tracks and paths in a form that counterbalanced the gentle curves of the stadium. The whole is dressed in a brutalist suit of reinforced concrete complemented by galvanised steel.
People sometimes feel the need to fly a kite. So did we, but ours was made of concrete.