Bus Station by DTR Studio
DTR Studio Architects have designed a new, modern bus station in Baeza, Spain.
“The new bus station in Baeza is made of a large shelter that folds and welcomes visitors inside. Dimensional spaces are planned but visually open to equip themselves with an urban character.
The facade towards Avda Puche Pardo is more opaque as a shaper of city opposite the south elevation which is opened to the future parkland includes the circulation.
Under the big shelter is located eight docks for the arrival of buses and covered waiting area. The building is enclosed by two large white concrete screens that cut the section of it and distinguishes the intervention.
The indoor area with controlled access is shown as a box of glass that provides the different services to the traveler.
The program is organized through three distinct areas: Buses Area, Passenger area indoor and Passenger area outdoor.”
Photos by Javier Callejas