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Beijing Bird's Nest
The National Stadium (Bird's Nest) is located in the southern part of the Beijing Olympic Park and is the main stadium for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The total area of the project is 21 hectares, and the audience of the audience is about 91,000. The opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, track and field events and football finals were held. After the Olympic Games, it became a large-scale professional place for Beijing citizens to participate in sports activities and enjoy sports and entertainment, and became a landmark sports building and Olympic heritage.
The stadium was designed by Jacques Herzog, De Meuron, Ai Weiwei and Li Xinggang, and was constructed by Beijing Urban Construction Group. The shape of the stadium is like the "nest" and cradle of life, and it holds the hope of the future for mankind. The designers did not do any extra processing on the venue, exposing the structure, thus naturally forming the appearance of the building.
Construction started on December 24, 2003, and was completed in March 2008. The total cost was 2.267 billion yuan. As a national landmark, the main stadium of the 2008 Olympic Games, the national stadium structure features are very significant. The stadium is a super sports building and a large stadium. The main structure design has a service life of 100 years, the fire resistance level is one level, the seismic fortification intensity is 8 degrees, and the underground engineering waterproof level is level 1.
In April 2014, China's Top Ten Building Judging Committees from the more than 1,000 landmark buildings in China, comprehensively identified the age, scale, artistry and influence of four indicators, and initially evaluated 20 buildings. In the end, the top ten contemporary buildings were created. Beijing Bird's Nest - National Stadium is one of the first-listed buildings