Date of Submission

Spring 5-4-2017

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Architecture

Department

Architecture

Primary Advisor

Christopher Welty

Secondary Advisor

Arief Setiawan

Abstract

As an avid sports fan myself, sport has become a huge cultural event in today's society. It’s evolved from a social interaction aspect to a physical experiential standpoint. When you arrive to a sport stadium, the first thing you notice is the amount of people and the size of the structure. How can that many people fit comfortably in one space? Does the experience become something more than just finding your way to your seat and watching the game? By understanding the breakdown of stadiums and how they perceive experiential architecture, these massive structures can open up to the community and public engagement. This thesis focuses on redefining the typology of stadiums to not only provide a better experience on game days, but to provide a communal experience everyday.

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