The architects of the Paris architecture that houses the French football team’s stadium were busy Tuesday night drawing a blueprint of the stadium, the latest in a string of ambitious projects to be completed by the world-renowned architects in the capital.

The stadium, designed by Danske & Brussel and built by the architect J.W. Danskes and architect Jean-Michel Basel, is home to the Paris Saint-Germain soccer team.

The stadium, located near the center of Paris, houses the club’s training center and stadium.

The work by the architects, whose clients include a number of world-class institutions, includes a three-story glass facade that will rise about 10 meters (33 feet) above the ground and a three stories of concrete construction on the top of the facade.

The new roof of the roof will be covered in a transparent glass to create an artificial canopy above the stadium.

The glass facade will be coated with an anti-microbial coating that will prevent airborne microbes from getting in and contaminating the surface.

The concrete roof will include a curved roof with a roof-like shape, similar to the one used by the Miami Marlins.

The curved roof is meant to provide the illusion of an air gap in the roof, so that the players and fans can see through the transparent glass facade and get a better view of the pitch.

The glass facade is covered in an anti microbial coating, so players and spectators can’t breathe in the air, Danskees says.

The facade will also be covered with a curtain that will shield the stadium from the sun.

The ceiling will be made of glass, which is light and flexible and can be used to create a ceiling that is much lower than the roof.

A curved glass roof is also used to cover a portion of the playing surface.

To create the stadium roof, Daneske &amps; Brussels and Basel used “two separate methods,” Danskas said.

“One method is to use the glass to build the roof and then the other is to take the glass and apply a coating on top of it.

The second method is very innovative.

We’re using two different types of glass.”

Danskes said the stadium would be able to handle up to 1,000 people at a time.

The team has about 300, so the stadium could accommodate about 100,000 spectators.

The construction of the new roof, which will be completed in the coming months, will require extensive work.

Daneskas said the team will use two types of cement, a type that is not widely used in the stadium construction industry.

The new roof will use cement that is a special type that can withstand extreme temperatures and pressure, Dinskas said, “because of the way it is manufactured.”

The construction work is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2019, and construction work on the roof is expected to take about a year.

Construction of the glass facade was completed by Basel’s firm of Danskes &amp.; Brussel, and the construction of all the other buildings, including the stadium itself, is expected by 2020.

The French team will play their first match in the French capital in October 2019.