architecture

FIFA Unveils New World HQ

FIFA the governing body of world soccer(futbol) today unveiled its new headquarters as a prelude to its next congressional meeting. The design by Swiss architect Tilla Theus is estimated to have cost the organization around $196 million and includes: five underground levels, a fitness center, meditation room, conference facilities, geographically themed parks and a full-size international football pitch. The Zurich based design firm is not only known for its architecture but also its modern furniture designs as well.

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  • AM Putra
    June 2, 2007 at 2:15 am

    Does the field inside or outside the building? If it inside the building, then it’s a stadium.

  • Anonymous
    June 3, 2007 at 8:52 am

    there are two fields outside this shrine