'Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus' by Aedas is Glorious

By: Kevin Young - Published: • References: aedas & designboom
This glorious train station designed by Aedas titled 'Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus' is located in Hong Kong. Situated in an urban district, this transit hub is designated for high speed railway travels between Beijing and Hong Kong. The 430,000 square meters comprise of 15 tracks, which will be the world's largest underground train terminal.

The curvaceous pathways on the exterior of the structure loop up to the roof and stand at 45 meters tall, revealing an astonishing view of Hong Kong's skyline. The walkways lead to commercial sites and nearby metro stations that make commuting easier. The ribbon-like pathways slither in and around the building, creating a drastic terrain and public space.

The use of glass allows natural lighting to illuminate the underground terminal, creating a luminous and futuristic appeal. The Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus by Aedas is just another collection to its series of dynamic architectural designs.




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