David Manica, president of Manica Architecture, the firm designing the stadium, previously described the open-air venue as “like a luxury sports car” and “very aerodynamic.”
A brief video released Monday to promote the project described the stadium as “designed to be an instant classic.” Narrated by actor Kiefer Sutherland, it touted an on-site campus for the NFL that would “power every important league initiative for the next 50 years” as well as a farmers’ market […]. — latimes.com
One must-have LA feature the Times article glanced over is the “VVIP In-Stadium Valet Parking for Premium Fans.” After all, who wants to self-park their custom-designed Lamborghini next to a stinking Porsche Boxster and then schlep their personally-trained buttocks all the way to the friggin’ sky box?
James Dator at SBNation got the caption right: “HAHAHAHAHA! Look at all those poor people staring through the glass. They’ll never own a car that nice, and they know it!”
What’s your take, LA Archinectors? Will we be able to take the 101 to the 110 to the 405 soon to see a live NFL game?