Architecture studio OODA has designed a cube-shaped office above a green-roof covered museum for the governing body of Portuguese football.
The headquarters will be divided into two main elements: a single storey building that will be covered in a green roof and a cube-shaped office block.
The long low-level building will contain an auditorium for over 400 people, a football museum and a store selling merchandise from the 36 teams in the top two divisions of Portuguese football will be sold.
Above the single-storey podium will be a seven-storey block that will house the offices of Liga Portugal.
The open-plan office space will be enclosed with glass facades that will be covered in hexagon-shaped cladding and will have several outdoor terraces cut into it.
The Liga Portugal headquarters is set to be built in the Ramalde area of Porto and includes a public square, which is designed as a gathering place for the area.
Source: Tom Ravenscroft