LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) – Planners have created a new computer generated 3D flythrough of the proposed Farmers Field and Event Center that AEG hopes to build in downtown Los Angeles.
The flythrough, a collaboration between four architectural firms and three rendering firms is designed to offer viewers an opportunity to have a gander at a fully-completed L.A. LIVE Sports and Entertainment District (including the Convention Center’s public spaces) during conventions, community events, football games and major events.
Included in the video were segments showing the new convention center spaces, a community experience segment, and a game day "experience."
"Today’s new look into Farmers Field, the Convention Center and surrounding pubic spaces shows the latest examples of the creativity and functionality that our architects, designers and other consultants are providing throughout the on-going development process,” said Ted Tanner, Executive Vice President, Development, AEG. “With last month’s release of our draft Environmental Impact Report and the continued work being done by our architects, we continue to make progress on the development of design drawings."
The video was demonstrated at the Farmers Field Roundtable held during the international Stadia Design & Technology EXPO 2012 conference held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Participants in the round table included Tim Romani, President & CEO of ICON Venue Group and Project Manager of the entire development, Ted Tanner, Executive Vice President, Development, AEG (developers of Farmers Field) and Pouria Abbassi, General Manager of the Los Angeles Convention Center. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers