Palafolls Bus Stop / MIAS ARCHITECTS


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Hsinchu Bus Terminal / KRIS YAO | ARTECH


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  • Architects: KRIS YAO | ARTECH
  • Location: Hsinchu Bus Terminal, XinZhu, Taiwan
  • Lead Architects: Kris Yao
  • Project Principle: Glen Lu
  • Design Team: Albert Liu, Pei-Ying Jiang, Roy Sung, Jess Chi
  • Area: 1462.54 m2
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Jeffrey Cheng, Kyle Yu
  • Structural Consultants: Federal Engineering Consultant, Inc.
  • Mep& Fire Protection & Hvac Consultants: Majestic Engineering Consultants Inc.
  • Measurement: Grand Ages Surveying Consultants Company Limited
  • Foundation: Jia-mao Construction Co., Ltd.
  • Contractor: Longfong Group
  • Building Structure: Reinforced Concrete
  • Materials: Architectural Concrete, Perforated Aluminum Panel, Glass
  • Construction Inspection Team: Sony Pan, Chien-Liang Chen
  • Building Use: Station

Arial View. Image © Jeffrey Cheng

Arial View. Image © Jeffrey Cheng

Text description provided by the architects. In order to relieve congestion of traffic and to enhance new urban development of the “back side” of the old Hsinchu Train Station, the City decided to move the Bus Terminal to this new location on the back of the

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Facade Detail. Image © Jeffrey Cheng
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Stair Detail. Image © Jeffrey Cheng
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Coralville Intermodal Facility / Neumann Monson Architects


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© Integrated Studio

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  • Contractor: Knutson Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Raker Rhodes Engineering (terminal); Rich and Associates (ramp)
  • Mep Engineer: Design Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: Shive Hattery
  • Landscape Architect: Flenker Land Architects
  • Ramp : 145,738 ft2

© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

Text description provided by the architects. The Intermodal Transit Facility provides a vibrant regional node for this mixed-used district’s commuter transportation network. Located on a former brownfield site in Coralville, Iowa, the project contributes essential momentum for growth of the community’s hospitality, conference, healthcare, office, retail, and residential developments.


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© Integrated Studio

The facility comprises two components; a parking structure and a bus terminal. It anchors a university hospital bus network, serves as an interchange and transfer point for the city’s transit, and provides a stop for regional express bus service between Omaha and

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Coralville Intermodal Facility / Neumann Monson Architects


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  • Contractor: Knutson Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Raker Rhodes Engineering (terminal); Rich and Associates (ramp)
  • Mep Engineer: Design Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: Shive Hattery
  • Landscape Architect: Flenker Land Architects
  • Ramp : 145,738 ft2

© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

Text description provided by the architects. The Intermodal Transit Facility provides a vibrant regional node for this mixed-used district’s commuter transportation network. Located on a former brownfield site in Coralville, Iowa, the project contributes essential momentum for growth of the community’s hospitality, conference, healthcare, office, retail, and residential developments.


© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

The facility comprises two components; a parking structure and a bus terminal. It anchors a university hospital bus network, serves as an interchange and transfer point for the city’s transit, and provides a stop for regional express bus service between Omaha and

Axon
© Integrated Studio
© Integrated Studio
Floorplan
© Integrated Studio

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Coralville Intermodal Facility / Neumann Monson Architects


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© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

  • Contractor: Knutson Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Raker Rhodes Engineering (terminal); Rich and Associates (ramp)
  • Mep Engineer: Design Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: Shive Hattery
  • Landscape Architect: Flenker Land Architects
  • Ramp : 145,738 ft2

© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

Text description provided by the architects. The Intermodal Transit Facility provides a vibrant regional node for this mixed-used district’s commuter transportation network. Located on a former brownfield site in Coralville, Iowa, the project contributes essential momentum for growth of the community’s hospitality, conference, healthcare, office, retail, and residential developments.


© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

The facility comprises two components; a parking structure and a bus terminal. It anchors a university hospital bus network, serves as an interchange and transfer point for the city’s transit, and provides a stop for regional express bus service between Omaha and

Axon
© Integrated Studio
© Integrated Studio
Floorplan
© Integrated Studio

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Bus Station of Trujillo / Isabel Amores + Modesto García


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  • Collaborator Architect: Isabel González
  • Structure: M. del Mar Muñoz‐Reja, Alejandro Cabanas
  • Installation: Laura Fernández, Felipe Ramos, Salvador Ruiz
  • Measuring: Jorge Ayala
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From the architect. Implantation.

When the road turns in crossing, the mantle of crags gives way to a profile of stone carved by man and history. A large concrete tubes silo interrupts him to showing the importance of the livestock factor in these difficult farmlands. In this border area between countryside and city, where the urban layout has diluted to individuality, an urban plan seeks integration through a cattle track and a large green area where the station of buses of Trujillo is located.


© Fernando Alda

© Fernando Alda

In this field of crags as exposed to the weather sits this architecture linked to the substrate, raised

© Fernando Alda
Ground Floor Plan
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© Fernando Alda
© Fernando Alda

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