London Stadium (Olympic Stadium) 3D Model

The London Stadium, originally called Olympic Stadium, part of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford was constructed to be used in the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. The stadium was used to host the track and field events as well as the opening and closing ceremonies. The construction began in 2008 ready for the Olympics

The stadium was designed by Sir Robert McAlpine and Populous. The stadium is comprised of a number of tiers and during the Olympics, the stadium was able to hold more than 80,000 people. It is currently the home to West Ham United and British Athletics.

ABOUT PROJECT

We began the modelling process by combining our LOD3 Photogrammetric model of the London Stadium and its surrounds with a very high resolution photos. The model has had materials added to the facades in order to make it more realistic. The renders you see here were created using Cinema 4D.
  • SOURCE IMAGERY: Flown Date 2011, 12cm GSD
  • DATE OF CAPTURE: September 2011
  • LEVEL OF DETAIL: 4
  • ACCURACY: 15cm
  • AVAILABLE FORMATS: DWG, C4D, OBJ, FBX
Most of the time our 3D models are used for planning, visualisation or marketing, but this time we were asked to do something different. We also have a model of the ArcelorMittal Orbit designed by Anish Kapoor for the 2012 London Olympics.

How to buy:

The Olympic Stadium 3D Model is a commercial product available in variety of formats. To fit your needs you can purchase either the stadium on its own or as a part of a bigger site model. It is easy to buy the model; either contact us if you are interested in the entire model or individual buildings or use our Get a Quote tool to select an area you require.

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