Transforming Twickenham Stadium

This year’s RBS 6 Nations tournament has revealed the next phases in the Rugby Football Union's (RFU) refurbishment at the home of England Rugby.

Continuing the design language that KSS established for the RFU in 2013 three floors of VIP hospitality have been redesigned, in a dramatic yet sympathetic transformation, providing a coherent journey from bars to restaurants.

The refreshed functional circulation is much improved with a variety of old and new facts, figures and memories of the milestones and highlights of rich rugby history which were established by KSS working closely with the World Rugby Museum based at Twickenham Stadium adding history and depth to the guest’s journey on the way to taking their seats.

As kick-off approaches an extension to the Players Facilities completed by KSS in 2013, a new sculptural external tunnel welcomes the teams into the ground, with two large screens at a total of 240sqm work to heighten the experience for fans, staff and players alike.

With less than 200 days to the world cup, as the main host to ten games including the final, Twickenham Stadium is on track to welcome the world to the home of England Rugby.

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