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Project • By Clear LightingTrain stations

Coburg Station

Photo Credit@ LEVEL CROSSING REMOVAL PROJECT The modern Coburg Station in Victoria, Australia is designed to preserve and integrate existing heritage station buildings while reflecting the vibrancy and diversity of the local area. Flexglo™ F22 neon LED lights are mounted along the arches of the exterior, outlining the facade and creating a wall grazing effect to highlight the patterned texture. The RGB color options unlocks freedom to create more expressive and memorable lighting effects, giving the station an instantly recognizable identity. More

NewsNews • 25 Jan 2022

Simple and robust Paris Metro Line reaches great depths with an impressive structural concept

Located at the base of the Paris judicial tribunals, the new Porte de Clichy station by AZC Atelier Zündel Cristea and ARCHITRAM is part of the northern extension of Metro Line 14. Relatively bare, the station is emblematic of the extension project as a whole with its great main spaces organised and designed according to rational principles of simplicity and robustness. It is one of four new stations covering 5.8 km of tunnel tracks and serving approximately 96,000 additional inhabitants. Sergio Grazia Given the highly urban nature and presence of other ongoing projects in the surroundings, co-operation and joint activity with these construction projects were essential. Further to this, the great depth required for the platforms... More

NewsNews • 10 Jun 2021

Chybik + Kristof Architects preserve Brutalist architectural heritage while advocating for positive social change through their redesign of the Zvonarka Central Bus Terminal

In Brno, Czech Republic, Chybik + Kristof Architects have completed the redesign of Zvonarka Central Bus Terminal. The project saw the architects actively engage in preserving the existing Brutalist structure – a steel supporting frame and concrete roof – and its original identity, preserving and reflecting an important part of the city’s architectural identity. Alex Shoots Buildings Stressing the station’s central role in the city and the region’s sociocultural fabric, the project is further a rethink of a decaying transportation hub and public space, adapting and responding to current social needs. Caption Constructed in 1988, Brno’s Zvonarka Central Bus Terminal has long been considered one... More