Daroca is an impressive medieval town that located in the province of Zaragoza, Spain. Sergio Sebastián Arquitecto has designed a bus stop, combining functionality with aesthetic. According to the designer, “building a welcome greeting that greets the visitors when arrive at Daroca”. approach that taken with a unique identity with contemporary and contrast style with the beauty of the medieval city.
Shelter is deployed at some point on the main streets in the city to accommodate the passenger’s distribution. The touch of functional and unique design presents a new feel to the visual of city. The design was created lighter and transparent with the primary material using the wood. Wood shading as wall replaces the use of glass, so that the shelter still has visual access out.
In general, in addition to presenting function, this shelter presents as street furniture that adorn the road corridor and rest area for pedestrians.
In many countries especially in large cities, the need for public transportation is very needed and becomes major priority to reduce congestion and load on the circulation in the city. Functional and aesthetic shelter design can contribute to public awareness in the utilization of public transportation. Via