Does world-famous architect Zaha Hadid and her London-based design team ever sleep? It seems like once a week we’re bringing you news of some outlandish superyacht or intricately designed wine bottle or even a $22,000 dollhouse her firm designed. 

This week is no different. Zaha Hadid Architects unveiled the design for one of the five stadiums that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Al Wakrah, Qatar. As is the style of Hadid and her team, it’s a typically liquid interpretation of a sports stadium, this one with a capacity of 40,000. Check out a rendered video below and a few stills of the design above.

Al Wakrah Stadium from Zaha Hadid Architects on Vimeo.

The design was created in conjunction with firm AECOM and is one of five massive stadiums to house the Cup. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2014. 

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[via Designboom]