Zaha Hadid Architects’ winning submission to create a new Rail Baltic terminal in the Estonian capital.

Designed (like a flow diagram of circulation routes) as a transport hub that also serves the function of a public bridge, Ülemiste terminal will accommodate buses, trams and the start point of a new 870km high speed electric railway connecting to Riga and Vilnius.

mymodernmet

3 thoughts on “Talinn Terminal

  1. Michael

    Looks pretty good but I expect there’s a number of compromises they’ll have to make on the design. They never seem to include all the signage, shops, ticket machines you would expect either just to clean up the image and make it look more like a museum entrance.

Comments are closed.