Bus station by Blunck-Morgen Architekten

Local practice office Blunck-Morgen Architekten have designed an airbourne sculpture-like bus station in Hamburg Poppenbüttel, Germany.

Modern bus stop with a wingshaped roof, almost looks like it is hovering, is a striking new design on the public side of the city.

The station hosts toilet facilities, shops, break rooms for the drivers and waiting areas for the passengers.

ALUCOBOND® cladding, bent along two axes, merges seamlessly with the membrane surface.

The Hamburg Architecture and Engineering Association (AIV e.v Hamburg) has awarded the bus station the title “Building of the Year 2009”. The jury particularly appreciated the lightness and transparency of the new building.

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