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Armadillo Ballpark, Las Vegas

BIG and HNTB have just won the competition to design a baseball stadium in Las Vegas. The focal point of the architectural concept for the new ballpark is a distinctive roof, inspired by five interlocking shells that resemble baseball pennants. These arched constructions provide players with shade from the sun while also letting in soft natural light from north-facing clerestory windows. Its massive dome will be clad in "shimmering" metal with a glass wall hanging from one end that the studio said will be the "largest cable-net glass wall in the world" if completed. 

The ballpark boasts 33,000 seats in an open-air stadium sprawling across nine acres. With divided upper and lower bowls, its tiered layout ensures unrivaled proximity to the action and unhindered views from every seat. The stadium is expected to include the biggest jumbotron in Major League Baseball, spanning 1,670 square meters. The ballpark is designed to be a flexible site for concerts, conferences, and other cultural events. The stadium is planned to be completed in spring 2028. 







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