Here it is!
Monolithic is introducing the most versatile facility for spectator sports and performance events that we have seen yet. Architect Leland A. Gray designed this multi-purpose facility, and there is not a bad seat in the house.
Two Monolithic Domes flank a large stage. An optional small dome can be used for overflow, practice, weddings, small performances – any of a thousand possible uses. Curtains can be closed on either side of the stage, allowing either the larger or small venue to use the stage. Or the stage can be viewed from both sets of seats.
The hockey rink will be viewed primarily from the large dome. It can also be seen from chairs on the stage. And the large dome can have a number of box seats ringing the rear perimeter.
Versatile and affordable
This highly versatile facility can be as posh and foxy as a budget allows, or it can be constructed without breaking the bank. Most combination facilities do not work well for both sports and concerts. But this one’s layout makes it ideal for either.
As illustrated, the large dome has a diameter of approximately 250’, a stage that is approximately 60′ × 85′ and a seating capacity for 7000 to 8000 for performances and 5000 for hockey games.
The small dome is approximately 140’ in diameter. It can seat about 2000 for performances.
Obviously these domes can be made larger or smaller to create more seating, as needed for each facility.