LONDON, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
To celebrate the start of the 20th World Cup this Thursday BD, the UK's leading online resource for the architectural community, is inviting the public to vote in an online poll to select the greatest ever World Cup stadium.
Selected by architecture critic Ike Ijeh, the six shortlisted stadiums from all corners of the globe have all hosted a World Cup Final and are the best examples of how the world's most popular sport harnesses iconic architecture and visionary engineering to reflect and heighten its mass appeal.
- Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
- Estadio Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain
- Estadio Centenario, Montevideo, Uruguay
- Estadio Maracana, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
- SoccerCity Stadium, Johannesburg, S. Africa
- Wembley Stadium, London, England
Voting is underway and will close on Thursday when the winner will be announced. Click here to see your favourite choice and vote!
All well as our landmark poll, this week, BD is offering free and unlimited access to all areas of its website until Thursday 12th June. Some of the exclusive package of content we'll be offering to our readers is listed below:
- This year's launch of the iconic Carbuncle Cup. Nominations are now being invited for the worst UK building completed over the past year
- Architectural photography competition with a prize of £50 in book tokens for the winner
- On the ground reports from the Venice Biennale
- Daily reports from UK architecture schools degree shows
- BIM White Paper
- Analysis of ex-City planner Peter Rees's landmark lecture on Wren legacy
Plus lots more!
Visit http://www.bdonline.co.uk, the UK's leading architectural online resource today.
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