November 2016 - Forest Green Rovers Stadium and Eco Park Stroud
Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
The competition was actually staged in three phases, with almost 50 firms from around the world participating in the first stage. After a jury shortlisted nine entries from the initial competition phase to participate in the next round, two teams.
Zaha Hadid Architects and Glenn Howells Architects, both from the UK, were provided with an honorarium to fine-tune their designs in a third and final stage of the process. Two other firms AFL Architects (Manchester) and George King Architects (London) were “highly commended” on their designs.
The subject of the competition was the design of an innovative new 5,000 capacity stadium for Forest Green. The new stadium will be the centerpiece of the £100million Eco Park development, a 100-acre sports and green technology business park proposal beside junction 13 of the M5 in Gloucestershire.
Zaha Hadid Architects, London
- AFL Architects, Manchester
- DP Architects, Singapore
- George King Architects, London
- Gianni Botsford Architects, London
- Glenn Howells Architects, Birmingham
- Richard Kroeker, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
- Studio M12, Morden, Surrey,
- ZedFactory, Wallington