Published on September 25th, 2013 | by Vincent Jobse
Detail: Bahnhöfe und Haltestellen
The new Detail on Busbahnhöfe, Trambahnhaltestelle, U-Bahn-Stationen and Hauptbahnhöfe.
The latest edition of Detail looks at the newest developments in public mobility concepts. That is to say: not the mobility itself but the infrastructure that is connected with it. Stations, hubs and other places where public transport starts, ends or passes through. Most exemplary for this is the transformation of Salzburg’s Central Station, which opened in 1860, a token of industrial developments at that time. Now Salzburg’s Hauptbahnhof is transformed in the most modern station in Europe, with dynamically shaped lightweight structures and membrane-like roofs. It connects a public pedestran zone and shopping areas with several levels of public transport.
How this is done you can read in Detail, of course in detail.
Detail | Review of Architecture
Bahnhöfe und Haltestelle | Railway and Bus Stations
Serie 2013 | 9
140 pages | German – English
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