WARSAW CENTRAL STATION Warsaw (Poland)
Contexte & enjeux
Design of the renovation concept for the central railway station in Warsaw. One of the largest stations in Poland, it is a symbol of 1970s modern Polish architecture. The concept covers the renovation of the main hall, access corridors and commercial passage.
The objective is to give the main hall all its place and space back, by facilitating circulation through the creation of a mezzanine that will be added to the existing mezzanines. These spaces will offer waiting and resting areas in addition to retail spaces and restaurants. The ground floor of the main hall will also feature retail space.
Lastly, the project extends to the renovation of the underground East and North galleries in order to facilitate access and offer retail.
Renovation of the central railway station