Dnipro Metro Station by Zaha Hadid Architects

Zaha Hadid Architects has begun construction on three new stations for the Dnipro Metro in Ukraine as part of a four-kilometer line extension. The trio of Zaha Hadid Architects-designed stations — Teatralna, Tsentalna and Muzeina – form part of the metro line extension in the city of Dnipro. The project forms part of the city's ongoing plans to upgrade its transport systems, while also reducing traffic congestion in its central neighborhoods. The stations are set to open in 2025.

On ground level, each station will take shape as a visually connected family of sculpted shell pavilions, constructed from recycled steel sourced locally from the city. Visuals show the entrances to the stations as undulating welded steel forms that rise and arch from newly designed, landscaped public plazas that aim to center the entrance pavilions as landmarks. Inside the stations, the ticket halls, metro platforms and corridors will all have a similarly sculptural look.












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