Advanced Design of Allianz Arena Take the Winner of Champions 2012
EURO 2012 – Advanced Design of Allianz Arena will certainly usher in the Champions League winners 2012. This of course is because FIFA has appointed an advanced stadium in Germany as a place implementation of the Champions League final of 2012. Although the stadium is the headquarters of Bayern Munich, but by no means Bayern Munich as the host, because the game is of course owned by FIFA.
Allianz Arena, designed by Herzog-DeMeuron, architect from Basel, Switzerland. Advanced Design of Allianz Arena is the first in the world whose entire outer façade building can change the colors in full, with a particular color represents a specific meaning. When the stadium was lit in red, it means that FC Bayern Munich is playing. When the color blue, the co-host stadium to play, the TSV 1860 Munich. And when the white light, is the German national team is playing. And please note opening 2006 FIFA World Cup was held in this stadium.
Allianz Arena Start inaugurated in May 2005, with a seating capacity of up to 70,000 spectators, can be easily reached either by private car or by U-Bahn line U6 of Frottmaning station.
Another advanced technology that existed at the Allianz Arena is, the whole facade consists of ETFE-foil panels are high-pressure water. Fluorocarbon polymer ETFE itself is made of plastic with a high resistance to corrosion, can withstand the high temperature range, and non-toxic when burned. This material is similar, but not the same as the material used by the Watercube in Beijing. And advanced technology does not always have to be expensive, even to turn the entire facade of the Allianz Arena, it costs only 50 Euro per hour of usage.
Viewed from a distance where the Advanced Design of Allianz Arena is like walking into a sensation to a point from a stadium, which ended with the conclusion that this is all like a football stadium should be built. Get closer, feel the sensation Environmentally friendly, energy efficient design, technology, ergonomics, public spaces, structure and construction, megastores, souvenirs, are some of the tags that would be obtained, even without experience, to witness an event that occurred, as the audience.
- Advanced Design of Allianz Arena by Herzog-DeMeuron done, architect from Basel, Switzerland and was completed in 2005,
- Allianz Arena was built in the city of Munich, Germany with the use of ETFE-foil Material water panels,
- Allianz Arena can be turned into 3 different colors: White, Red, and Blue.