Canadian Train Station Design Unveiled

10 November 2010 (Last Updated November 10th, 2010 18:30)

London architect Myk Wasylko has unveiled the design for the new Windsor train station in Ontario, Canada. The C$6.3m (US$6.27m) facility features a curved main floor with a translucent roof, a 125-seat passenger lounge area and additional parking spaces. The sustainable bu

London architect Myk Wasylko has unveiled the design for the new Windsor train station in Ontario, Canada.

The C$6.3m (US$6.27m) facility features a curved main floor with a translucent roof, a 125-seat passenger lounge area and additional parking spaces.

The sustainable building will feature in-floor geothermal heating, solar panels and a living wall.

The 1,115m² project is being delivered for rail operator Via Rail Canada and the federal government.

Loaring Construction has been appointed to build the train station next to the old train station, according to windsorstar.com.