The Prospective Designs For The Atlanta Falcons' New Stadium Are Crazy

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The Atlanta Falcons are building a new stadium, and the Georgia World Congress Center has compiled a report with a few prospective designs and amenities that might be featured at the new stadium. They are crazy.

Before we get into that, though, let's take a moment to laugh at the fact that the report features this picture at the beginning:


Now, let's get to the weirdness. The first design features what appears to be a metallic starfish hugging an otherwise normal stadium:


Which is then covered in the same slime that Vigo used to encase Manhattan Museum of Art in Ghostbusters II:


See that jagged thing in the middle? It opens up and is also referred to as the "oculus" in the report.

Here's a picture of something the report describes as "football in the round":


I'm not really sure what's happening in the right side of that image, but it looks terrifying.

Now feast your eyes upon The Solarium, which also has a retractable roof and looks like an airplane hangar.


There is nothing in the report, however, that is as ridiculous as this:


Is watching football not an experiential enough for you? Well, now you can feel the players battering themselves into an early grave as they suffer concussive blows throughout the game.

You can check out the entire report here. It does have a lot of pretty pictures.

[SBNation | GWCC]