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Richard said on June 3rd, 2010 at 12:23 pm

Great thoughts… I remember the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta… the stadium used for all the track and field (and the opening and closing ceremonies) was partically torn down and remodeled to be the new Braves baseball stadium. I thought it was really innovative of the city, planning committee and the team to work together.

Also, Candlestick and the Old Mile-High were multipurpose, and Migh-High’s stadium was actually partially built to be movable.

Max said on June 16th, 2010 at 3:09 pm

Convergence is so important. The ‘altogetherness’ of buildings is the spirit of a community where all can access, all can be a part of the wonder that is sport and architecture. I really wonder what the birds nest is used for now after the Chinesse olympics?!

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