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OMA Releases Updated Images for Feyenoord City Masterplan

OMA Releases Updated Images for Feyenoord City Masterplan
OMA Releases Updated Images for Feyenoord City Masterplan, © OMA
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OMA has released updated images of their Feyenoord City masterplan after reaching initial city approval in 2016. Developed for the Feyenoord football club in Rotterdam, the project comprises a mixed-use district and a new 63,000 seat stadium along the River Maas.

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© OMA

The plan is intended to kickstart future business development in the area, connecting the stadium to the surrounding area along a wide pedestrian avenue known as "The Strip." Images show that this concourse connects to a wide plaza surrounding the stadium, from which visitors will be able to look over the river towards the center of the city.

“On the concourse you will have a view over the Maas and the skyline of Rotterdam,” explained David Gianotten, partner in charge of the project, to Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad. “From this point you can directly reach the entrance to the three rings of the stadium and get a glimpse of the field. The stadium is robustly modeled and exudes the architectural character of Rotterdam.”

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© OMA
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© OMA

The masterplan will add approximately 180,000 square meters (1,938,000 square feet) of housing, 64,000 square meters (689,000 square feet) of retail/commercial, and 83,000 square meters (893,000 square feet) of public program to the area. Included in this is the conversion of the existing stadium, known as De Kuip, into apartments, an athletic center, and public square.

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© OMA

Notable in the design of the new stadium is a dense steel roof structure, which extends over the entirety of the stands to protect fans against the unpredictable Dutch weather. 

The stadium and masterplan are expected to reach completion in 2023.

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Cite: Katherine Allen. "OMA Releases Updated Images for Feyenoord City Masterplan" 09 Jul 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/897920/oma-releases-updated-images-for-feyenoord-city-masterplan/> ISSN 0719-8884
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