Archive for the ‘Bus Terminal’ Category
Friday, July 25th, 2014
Article source: Bahadir Kul Architects
A western district and villages terminal was designed in the west of the city, Kayseri. The idea of creating a district terminal came up due to the fact that the transportation access difficulty of the existing travel agencies in the area. Besides, the traffic density caused by the transportation vehicles in the city center is an another reason.
Image Courtesy © Ket Kolektif
- Architects: Bahadir Kul Architects
- Project: KAYSERI WEST CITY BUS TERMINAL
- Location: Kayseri / TÜRKİYE
- Photography: Ket Kolektif
- Software Used: Autocad, Adope Photoshop, Skektch Up – V ray, Max
- Construction Period: 2007 / 2009
- Total Floor Area : 1.500 m2
- Site Area: 10.000 m²
- Client: Greater Municipality of Kayseri
Friday, July 11th, 2014
Article source: Đorđe Alfirević + Dušan Trifunović & Predrag Marković
The mixed-use complex that was the object of the competition was clearly divided on 4 spatial-functional units: A) North (Bus station), B) South (Hotel-Office-Commercial spaces), C) future metro station and D) Railway station. Introversion was the main organizational principle that was used in conceptualization of the complex due to the lack of adequate views and spatial markers towards which the complex could open up to. Proximity of busy transport hubs (Bus station, Railway station and the Inner city ringroad) which go through the location aspire positioning the main content around inner spatial motives (atrium gardens), distant from unsuitable surrounding.
Image Courtesy © Đorđe Alfirević + Dušan Trifunović & Predrag Marković
- Architects: Đorđe Alfirević + Dušan Trifunović & Predrag Marković
- Project: BUS & TRAIN STATION COMPETITION ENTRY
- Location: Belgrade, Serbia
- Project year: 2014
- Project type: International competition entry
- Project team: Đorđe Alfirević, Dušan Trifunović & Predrag Marković
- Typology: Bus and Train Station, Hotel, Office and Commercial complex
- Total floor area: 175.947 m²
Saturday, February 8th, 2014
Article source: PUBLIC
At the main entrance to the UBC campus along University Boulevard are two strategic insertions into the transit infrastructure that provide covered shelter for the trolley-bus loop. The transit shelters act as a conceptual extension of the nearby line of Katsura trees. Slender steel columns are arranged in a staggered line and hold up an over-sized cellular wood structure clad in glass.
Image Courtesy © Krista Jahnke
- Architects: PUBLIC
- Project: University Boulevard Transit Shelters
- Location: Vancouver, Canada
- Photography: Krista Jahnke and PUBLIC
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper and Revi
- AREA: 120 sq.m.
- YEAR: 2013
- LEAD DESIGN FIRM: PUBLIC, Chris Sklar IA.AIBC, Brian Wakelin ARCHITECT AIBC, AAA, MRAIC, LEED AP, John Wall ARCHITECT AIBC, AAA, OAA, LEED AP
- Structural Engineering: Fast + Epp
- Civil Engineering: Core Group Consultants
- Construction manager: Joe Ross
- Woodwork Subcontractor: Structurlam Wood Products
- Glazing Subcontractor: Columbia Glazing Systems
Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
Article source: Rechner d.o.o.
The idea of building a new bus station in Osijek was created in 2007, when the city of Osijek published an invitation to tender for the construction of a new bus station in Osijek on the principle of public-private partnerships. The tender required high quality architectural, and an economically best solution, in terms of construction cost, maintenance and usage. We, the renowned Croatian architect’s office Rechner Ltd. from Osijek, were hired by one of the greatest Croatian construction companies “Osijek Koteks Inc.” from Osijek, and together we won the tender previously mentioned.
General view (Image Courtesy Mario Romulic & Drazen Stojcic)
- Architects: Rechner d.o.o.
- Project: Bus Station
- Location: Osijek, Croatia
- Client: Osijek koteks d.d.
- Contractor: Osijek koteks d.d.
- Site area: 21.199m2
- Building area: 11.066m2
- Building cost: 16.000.000€
- Completion: 2011.
- Photographers: Mario Romulic & Drazen Stojcic
Saturday, January 14th, 2012
Article source: Clark Nexsen
Completed in 2007, the bus shelter is a prototype design that has been initially constructed on the Main Campus of Wake Tech Community College. As the College’s enrollment grows and the subsequent demand for public transportation increases, this prototype will be located on all of the current and future campuses. The bus shelter received a 2008 AIA National Small Project Structures Award.
Rear view at sunset (Image Courtesy JWest Productions)
- Architects: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
- Project: Bus Shelter
- Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
- Client: Wake Technical Community College
- Project Team: Jeffrey Lee, Douglas Brinkley, Marni Rushing, David Hill
- Completion: 2007
- Photographs: JWest Productions
Saturday, December 17th, 2011
Article source: Robert Maschke, AIA
The project consists of two bus shelters designed for the Gordon Square Arts District within Clevelandâ€™s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. The brief called for the creation of functional and iconic elements to be incorporated as a part of an ensemble of new pieces of public art slated for the highly anticipated Detroit Avenue Streetscape project.
Gordon Square Bus Shelters
Thursday, December 8th, 2011
Article source: Hetedik Műterem Ltd.
Along with Moszkva square, Móricz Zsigmond circus is a very busy public transportation junction, located in south Buda. With a round art relic in its middle – the Gomba (meaning mushroom because of its form) is a popular public space for people to meet, with several trams and buses intersecting, along with the Budapest Metro – subway line 4, presently under construction. The concept by Hetedik Műterem Ltd. was to treat the art relic of József Schall (from 1942) with proper respect but determined courage. At the same time, they redefined the currently closed space structure, to put forward and intensify the presence of the urban public space.
- Architects: Hetedik Műterem Ltd.
- Project: “Gomba” on Móricz Zsigmond Circus
- Location: Budapest 11. district, Hungary
- Project Team: Orsolya Almer, András Páll, Orsolya Simon, Levente Szabó, Tibor Tánczos
- Landscape Design: Csenge Csontos, Borbála Gyüre (Geum Műterem)
- Competition Results: shared 1st prize
- Project year: 2009
- Project area: 310 sqm
Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
Article source: Vallo Sadovsky Architects
The “Urban Interventions” civic association, in collaboration with the Vallo Sadovský Architects studio, have prepared an instant urban intervention under the bridge.
- Architects: Urban Interventions + Vallo Sadovský Architects
- Project: Green Square
- Location:Bratislava, Slovakia
- Software used: AutoCAD