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NAPOLI AFRAGOLA STATION, ITALY ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


New photography has been released to mark the first year of train services at phase one of Napoli Afragola high-speed railway station. The design enlarges the elevated walkway above the eight platforms to transform the station’s main passenger concourse; creating an “inhabited public bridge” housing all the services and facilities for departing, arriving and connecting passengers, with direct access to all platforms below. Designed as an extruded trapezoid along its 450 m curved path, the station’s elevated concourse is orientated at an angle from the railway tracks to improve its environmental performance. An integrated solar PV array, natural light and ventilation, plus ground source cooling/heating, minimise energy consumption.


INCHEON AIRPORT, SOUTH KOREA LEONARD DESIGN ARCHITECTS


HYPERLOOP, THE NETHERLANDS UNSTUDIO


The UNStudio Futures Team (UNSFutures) has presented its vision for the ‘Station of the Future’ at the first edition of HyperSummit. The HyperSummit was focused on urgency, research and collaboration, with numerous partners speaking about their contribution to the possibilities for realising the European hyperloop. Using technology powered by solar panels, hyperloop will produce no sound or environmental emissions and can provide the necessary energy to power itself. It will be the first ever 100 per cent electric transport system that can safely transport a high volume of passengers from city to city at unprecedented speeds and journey times. The speed of the hyperloop vehicles allows platforms to be curved rather than orthogonal, bringing an inviting organic form to soften the geometry of the module.


Architectural practice Leonard Design Architects, has won its bid to design a landmark sculpture for Incheon International Airport, the largest airport in South Korea, as part of a wider refurbishment of the award-winning duty-free shopping area. The brief was to create a ‘one-of-a-kind’ landmark within the terminal space which had symbolic character to represent the new Incheon International Airport terminal. The sculpture is also to house two independent information desks. Ian added: “We took inspiration from the airport itself. We used Incheon’s dancing cranes, and their elegant wing form to influence our design.”


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