"The Solarium," one of two possible designs for the new Falcons stadium
Three local design firms will help shape what the new Atlanta Falcons stadium will look like in the coming months.
Goode Van Slyke Architecture, Stanley Beaman & Sears, and tvsdesign will help 360 Architecture, the Kansas City-based company that was awarded the lead contract two months ago, make a conceptual Falcons stadium design, which will be presented to the public next Tuesday, a reality. (Yes, you read that right - next week we should learn if Atlanta will be graced with the Pantheon or the Solarium concepts trotted out a few months ago.)
Saporta Report breaks down what each of the local designers brings to the table for the new Falcons stadium design:
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