Cowboys Stadium suffers from its own form of nostalgia: its enormous retractable roof, acres of parking and cavernous interiors are straight out of Eisenhower’s America, with its embrace of car culture and a grandiose, bigger-is-better mentality. The result is a somewhat crude reworking of old ideas, one that looks especially unoriginal when compared with the sophisticated and often dazzling stadiums that have been built in Europe and the Far East over the last few years. Worse for fans, its lounges and concourses are so sprawling that I suspect more than a few spectators will get lost and miss the second-half kickoff.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Could Pro Football Even Exist without Car Culture and Sprawl Growth?
A NY Times reporter is not so marveled by the architecture of the new home of the Dallas Cowboys:
Posted by S-townMike at 9/20/2009 09:49:00 PM
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