Museum Station Toronto building interior

Museum Subway Station Toronto Building

Museum Subway Station Toronto building designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, a ‘time travel experience’, a sequence of archeologically inspired columns lines the metro platform like so many commuters waiting for their train.

Budapest M4 Metro Stations

Budapest M4 Metro Stations

RIBA Awards for International Excellence 2018 for this building design by Palatium Studio, architects. This line is the largest infrastructure project of the city for the last decades. The architects aimed to provide attractive public transportation with the new aesthetics and high architectural quality of a series of new public spaces.

Rådhuset Station Stockholm underground |

Stockholm Underground Art in Metro Stations

The underground in Sweden’s capital (in Swedish tunnelbana) is world’s longest art gallery, 110 km (68 miles). With art in 90 out of its 100 stations, created by over hundred different artists this art display is something out of the ordinary.

Victoria North Ticket Hall

Victoria North Ticket Hall in London

Architects: Weston Williamson +Partners

The three-storey sub-surface ticket hall beneath Bressenden Place includes ticketing facilities, escalators and three lifts, providing step free access to the Victoria Line platforms.

Second Avenue Subway New York City

Second Avenue Subway Stations NYC

First major expansion of New York City subway system in nearly a century, with three new station buildings, plus one upgraded station. The AECOM-Arup joint venture provided full engineering and architectural services for Phase 1 of the US$4.451 billion landmark project.

Fulton Center Transit Hub

Fulton Center Transit Hub New York

Design: Grimshaw, architects, with prime design consultant Arup

New York City’s newest transit hub, a dynamic transport environment that will streamline connectivity and enhance the user experience for 300,000 daily transit passengers.

Paddington Crossrail Station Building

Paddington Crossrail Station Building

Design: WestonWilliamson+Partners, architects

Design issues are balanced in this project, including heritage, conservation, transport integration, way-finding, orientation, servicing and security to create a world-class pedestrian space alongside existing buildings, according to the architects.