竖向火车站

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Vertical Hyper-Speed Train Hub Literally Flips High Speed Rail on its Head

设计方:Christopher Christophi,Lucas Mazarrasa

分类:交通建筑

内容:设计方案

图片来源:Christopher Christophi,Lucas Mazarrasa

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火车站对城市的交通运输很重要,但是占用了很多空间。这个2014年的eVolo摩天大楼竞赛荣誉奖获得者需用想象力和创造性思维设计了一个直立的火车站。英国设计师Christopher Christophi和Lucas Mazarrasa想出了一个解决方案,高速铁路上运行磁跟踪,当火车到车站的时候,车厢之间断开,一节节车厢可以像摩天轮一样升到空中。乘客可以通过电梯进出车厢,这样为城市节省了大量的土地。

译者: Tina

Train stations, while critical for sustainable transportation, take up a lot of room in a city with their long platforms and tracks. Flip it vertically though and place the station, platforms and tracks in a tower and you've just freed up a ton of space. That's the concept behind this Hyper-Speed Vertical Train Hub, which could literally flip high speed rail on its head. This Honorable Mention winner in 2014's eVolo Skyscraper competition takes some imagination and creative thinking to envision, but sure would make for an exciting future.

Now, first, you’re probably asking, how do you make a train go vertical without dumping all the people on their head!? Good question, but don’t worry, UK designers Christopher Christophi and Lucas Mazarrasa came up with a solution. The high speed rail runs on magnetic tracks that continue up the side of the tower station. Inside the train are modular passenger compartments that can swivel and rotate like a Ferris Wheel, but the compartments remain in position to keep the passengers upright.

This vertical station sits within the context of a mega city and becomes a dynamic structure with trains arriving and departing constantly. With so much space freed up by this transportation tower, the now open land around the train station can be utilized as park space. Passengers arrive at the station via ground level and ascend on one of the core elevators to their train compartment, which is large enough for 10 passengers and offers unparalleled views of the surrounding city. A roof top garden caps off the tower and serves as additional public space.

These repeatable stations could be implemented in any city and the trains would dive down into underground tunnels to connect with the wider high speed rail network. Eventually, we’ll reach higher speeds with rail travel and covering 300 miles in 30 minutes will soon become reality. Don’t worry to much about the details right now though – someone will develop the technology capable of making this fantastical dream come true.
 

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 发表于2014-03-25   |  只看该作者      

2

不要不敢想,或许都会成真呢

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3

很有意思的设计。

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4

这个想法很好啊,但是现在技术搞不起吧。。。。。。。感觉比占地的花费更大

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5

人类要充分发挥自己的聪明才智,大胆设想小心论证,生活会更精彩!

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6

疏散是个大问题啊,都用电梯下楼么

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7

瞎搞

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8

叹为观止。搞到中国来恐怕不行。可以考虑修成大坝式。

点评+1

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9

必须得十个字以上才行啊

 发表于2014-03-26   |  只看该作者      

10

还是挺厉害的哦

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