It’s been over a week since Milan presented their new stadium plan. Today we present an alternative that won’t happen. But we have a feeling some fans would much prefer to have this stadium instead…
On February 4 AC Milan officially presented their new stadium scheme. Early renderings of an arena hidden among glass office-alike structures wasn’t accepted with unanimous praise. Fans of more traditional stadium design and those in love with electric atmosphere might be interested in the stadium we have up for presentation today.
This independent design by Ioannis Lampridis won’t come to fruition, but Ioannis designs to create exciting structures, not necessarily see them built. The scheme he calls Project Han envisages construction of AC Milan’s new stadium. Its key element would be the unique seating layout with a nearly unified single-tier bowl.
The stadium could seat over 52,000 people, which would make its vast terraces the largest to date. Served by vomitoria on three levels, the stadium would be topped by a ring of 72 skyboxes .
The western grandstand would offer 1,928 premium seats in regular rows, while the press box in the upper deck assures room for 194 journalists. 100 wheelchair places & companions were also planned.