New design: The gem of Nazareth
source: StadiumDB.com; author: michał
If faithful to these renderings when delivered, this could be the most beautiful stadium of Israel. However, to date there have been very few details about Nazareth's long-awaited stadium.
Nazareth is a world-famous city, but only in religious terms. Meanwhile, this northern municipality of Israel is also home to several professional teams.
Even more, local Green Stadium has also hosted two other clubs (Hapoel Acre and Hapoel Afula) during their hiatus from home grounds. It's almost hard to believe that the venue is mostly made with temporary stands. However, just outside city limits, in Ilut, there is a more permanent stadium, also hosting games. Both of them are insufficient for the agglomeration, even if lending a helping hand to clubs struggling with their infrastructure.
Hopefully, that's about to change, with these renderings first released by Baba Gol. Successor of the Ilut Stadium would be built on the hills of Mount Precipice, overlooking parts of the city, becoming one of the largest buildings and thus instantly becoming a landmark. Tabony Architects and Engineers use this kind of exposure to create a unique form.
Its openwork, intricate facade provides an attractive and original architectural form, while also ensuring good natural ventilation and sunlight access to the concourse areas beneath the stands.
The auditorium consists of 15,000 seats spread across two grandstands, connected with pedestrian bridges. The stadium makes use of topography, placing additional floor space in the south, beneath main public plaza.