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November 17, 2012

Miro Rivera Architects Media Kit

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Austin-based Miró Rivera Architects are the designers of the signature
buildings at the Circuit of The Americas, the first purpose-built Formula 1 United States
Grand Prix™ facility in the United States. The architectural features of this new worldclass
motorsports and entertainment venue include the Grand Plaza, the 6,500-seat
Austin360 Amphitheater, the Main Grandstand, a 251-foot tall Observation Tower,
ticketing buildings, concession areas and two bridges over the track. As the
designers of the main public spaces and buildings around the 3.4-mile track, Miró Rivera
Architects are responsible for the aesthetic and much of the experiential qualities of the
site. Circuit of The Americas will host its first major event, the 2012 Formula 1
United States Grand Prix, November 16-18, 2012.
The main architectural language of the facility evokes the precision, dynamism

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