Qatar has unveiled the design of the second of a potential twelve new stadiums to built for the 2022 World Cup (Image: Neoscape, Inc.)
The Al Bayt Stadium is modeled on a nomadic tent and has a removable top tier (Image: Neoscape, Inc.)
The stadium and its surrounding precinct are planned to be built using best practice energy-efficiency measures and green building materials (Image: Neoscape, Inc.)
The Al Bayt Stadium is targeting LEED and GSAS certification (Image: Neoscape, Inc.)
The stadium's design draws inspiration from the Bayt Al Sha’ar, a tent used by nomadic people in Qatar and surrounding areas (Image: Neoscape, Inc.)
The stadium will seat 60,000 spectators and will be equipped to FIFA-stipulated levels for hosting matches through to the semi-final round of the World Cup (Image: Neoscape, Inc.)
Modeled on a traditional nomadic tent and featuring a removable top tier, the Al Bayt Stadium is the second of 12 new venues Qatar plans to build for the 2022 World Cup.
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