This stadium shell proposal has roots in the formal and programmatic aspects of the Fujin Tulou, a traditional Chinese housing complex typology. The communal activities gathered in the center of the Tulou are parallel to the communal nature of sporting events within the stadium. The unique organization of the Tulou, however, is the added life/culture found in the perimeter of the complex (in the form of housing). Traditional stadiums neglect this equally available perimeter space. A complete second outer-skin is added to the stadium, providing shade for parts of the stadium seating, but also delineating new usable space around the stadium perimeter. The motif of horizontal wooden slats reflects the donut shape unique to the Tulou, but is modified to achieve physical porosity for the public and shed the fortified-look of the Tulou.