With Nottingham Forest’s City Ground Stadium set to undergo an exciting major revamp, Horus Communications are thrilled to be involved. Designed by world renowned local architects Benoy, a first glimpse of the proposed redevelopment has been unveiled to the public through a series of stunning day and night time CGIs created by its Studio of talented visualisers, all huge football fans.
Guy Costley, founder of Horus said, “We are delighted to be supporting Benoy again on another iconic Nottingham based project with our visuals after working with them on the £86m transformation of the City’s Broadmarsh Shopping Centre too.”
In this first release of images, Horus showcase the dramatic cantilevered roof, proposed new Peter Taylor stand, museum, club shop, hospitality lounges and the expanded concourse in the context of what will be a world-class stadium. Dramatic use of lighting generates a feeling of excitement and anticipation of what fans and players can expect.
This is by no means a first for the Horus team, having worked on stadiums across the globe including Oman, Egypt, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Qatar.