Article source: The Galante Architecture Studio
This design is in response to the growing need to repair and upgrade aging infrastructure that is vital to the United States. America’s Hi-Speed Rail network, originally built during the 20th century, has become physically outdated and technologically obsolete. Therefore, our approach is to not only bring these elements up to modern standards, but to look forward to the promise of future possibilities, and communicate this architecturally.
- Architects: The Galante Architecture Studio
- Project: Hi-Speed Rail Maintenance
- Location: Wilmington, Delaware
- Size: 1,2000 ft long
- Cost: $22.5m
- Materials: Stainless Steel ▫ Glass ▫ Photovoltaic Panels