Staydium 2.0 | Winner Announced



Announcement / News

The “Staydium 2.0” challenge is to design a concept stadium for national and international events in a small city, such that the setup could be used/reused for many purposes beyond sports. The sheer culmination of many facilities and building services makes a stadium an ideal box to serve many functions beyond sports.

Following is the winning entry of the competition.



The Evergreen Park stadium is a sustainable and efficient way to build stadiums in the future. Using a 25×25 ft module allows room for change and growth within the same area reducing the building’s carbon footprint. For this project, the stadium will turn into a community once is decommissioned.


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Find Entire result announcement with runner up and mention entries on the competition WEBSITE

Sources & Credits

Unfuse serves as a unit for UNI in the field of Architecture. It intends to break the fusion of traditional design barriers and methodologies by making it a platform for experimentation and conceptual exchange of ideas in architecture, urbanism, society, culture, and ecology. It is a research initiative dedicated to providing opportunities for designers from all domains to explore ideas that go beyond the boundaries of architectural discipline and enrich our built environment; thereby opening up possibilities for the promotion of architectural thought at a global level.


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