Bjarke Gets Drafted to the NFL Following commissions for Google's new campus in San Francisco's Bay Area and Two World Trade Center in New York, the Danish architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has been selected by the Washington (D.C.) Redskins to design a new NFL stadium, Sports Business Daily reports, citing sources close to the decision. The news is expected to be formally announced later this month. As for where it will be located—within the District of Columbia or in the nearby portions of Maryland or Virginia—is yet to be determined. As WTOP explains, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has been advocating for the new stadium to be located near the forthcoming portion of the region's Metro Silver transit line in that state while D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has discussed the new stadium being built in the District, providing the team change its controversial name. The team currently plays at FedExField in Greater Landover, Md. Its lease there expires in 2027. 

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