Charles Quick, artist and co-curator of In Certain Places, has collaborated with the Harris in re-presenting and revealing Preston Bus Station through archives, collections, artists’ commissions and interventions, which permeate spaces throughout the Harris.
Preston City Council proposed demolition of the Grade II listed Modernist station building. The anti-demolition campaign even had support from world-famous Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas of OMA.
Joan Miquel Seguí’s intervention for the Palma Intermodal Station upgrade in Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, focuses on two aspects: covering the access and emphasizing the location of the entrance.
Brownfield urban site adjacent to the city’s Masaryk Railway Station derelict for decades: Zaha Hadid Architects developed a building design integrates rail services and the coach/bus terminus.
cepezed designs first self-sufficient bus station in The Netherlands. The new public transport facility generates its own energy and its design is thoroughly integrated.
Planning permission granted for new Belfast Transport Hub building in Northern Ireland designed by architects John McAslan + Partners with Arup at Weavers Cross.
WYG and architectural practice Stephen George + Partners appointment by Stevenage Borough Council to design new Bus Interchange for Stevenage Town Centre.
Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announce that Blackburn Bus Station building by Captia is shortlisted for prestigious RIBA North West award.
Planning approval for building design by John Puttick Associates – the winner of the RIBA architecture competition to create a youth centre alongside this Brutalist building, a Grade II structure.
Design: Zechner & Zechner
Zechner & Zechner Architects win international TRANSPORTATION SPACE DESIGN AWARD 2016 with the redevelopment of Graz Main Station
Hawkins\Brown wins University of Central Lancashire campus gateway competition – RIBA competition to design a new circa £60 million student support centre and civic square for the UCLan in Preston, Lancashire.
19 bus station buildings serving nearly 1,000,000 riders: bus station modular system by Brooklyn-based architecture and design firm CAZA Architects inspired by ancient basket-weaving traditions of Cebu.
Original Design: Dr. Pier Luigi Nervi. Construction on the terminal has been further delayed, pushing the opening date to December of 2016. GWBBS opened in 1963, designed by the noted Italian engineer-architect of the 1960 Olympic Stadium in Rome.
Design: AHR. Located adjacent to The Wythenshawe Forum and the town centre Metrolink Stop, the new interchange creates a modern, fully integrated service for the public in the heart of Wythenshawe.