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First Look: Your New Dodger Stadium

The Los Angeles office of architecture firm HKS is well into the multi-year $120 million Dodger Stadium renovation, and has released renderings for its next phase:

"Our goal as designers is two-fold - the first is to increase the number of restrooms and improve the quality of food and beverage concessions, allowing fans better access to these important amenities," Bryan Trubey, AIA, principal designer with HKS’s Sports & Entertainment Group, tells Biz of Baseball. "Second, and just as important, we created a higher quality look and feel to the concourse architecture that projects the unique southern California, mid-century modern design of the exterior of the stadium." Three cheers for improving access to beer input and output stations. But is this a mid-century stadium or a Midwestern airport? More images, via Biz of Baseball, after the jump.


· HKS Selected for Dodger Stadium Renovation [Biz of Baseball]