Architecture of stations and terminals

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Arco for Hearst Books International, 1997 - Architecture - 187 pages
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With its focus on newly built, inviting transit centers, this book shows how dehumanized spaces can become user-friendly environments.

As business and pleasure travel steadily increases, commuters, frequent flyers, and vacationers spend more time at air, rail, and bus terminals. The most excellent examples of such structures fill these pages. Architects include Santiago Calatrava, Nicholas Grimshaw, Renzo Piano, Norman Foster, Meinhard yon Gerkan, Enric Miralles, and Florian Riegler.

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