In finding the form of the shell of the stadium, inspiration for us was the drop of rain on a leaf. On contact with a leaf surface, water droplets tend to minimize their surface trying to achieve a spherical shape, in the meantime, when a drop of water hits a surface, liquid particles spray around the globule and compose a wet corona around it, causing a minor cave in at the collision point. The project aims to create an alternative relation between the stadium area and the adjacent existing urban tissue, visually and socially. Proposing strategies that minimize the environmental impact of the intervention, the design is considered to be like minded for easy manufacturing and installation, so that hi-tech material selected for lightweight convenient packaging, shipping and maintenance. The roof and façade behave together as a monolithic element; the integrated modules forming an uninterrupted appearance support one-piece sensitivity due to compact material use. Designed in the form of oculus, the retractable roof opens and closes with the principle of the shutter of the camera. The only access to the stadium is from the street level; the passages and gates to the stadium are below the park, preferred to be invisible so that detached from the main element, the globe; in addition to exits, the sunken venue, which behaves as a socializing engine of the town, accommodates a multifunctional urban complex with special shops, catering facilities and several piazzas. The precinct is designed as a dynamic “fan zone”. The perimeter of the stadium is designed as a city park that becomes a vital element for the quarter. Enriched with soft and hard landscape and water elements, the park is planned to be a part of the hospitality village during Olympics and also a safe disaster relief zone. Big white globe is the signal beacon that calls to get together, especially at night, radiating light to its environs. The building serves the town directly and candidly.