Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To This Train Station In Geneva

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Adrien Buchet

 

When architects IttenBrechbühl were designing the renovation of the Cornavin Train Station in Geneva, Switzerland, they worked with local artist Carmen Perrin, to create two over-sized doors, made from Ductal concrete that surrounds glass circles.

 

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Vincent Jendly

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Vincent Jendly

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Vincent Jendly

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Vincent Jendly

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Adrien Buchet

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Adrien Buchet

Sculptural Concrete Doors Welcome You To A Train Station In Geneva

Photography by Adrien Buchet

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