Cerver Design Studio shared with us the design of a new transportation hub in Cleveland that will cohesively integrate pedestrians, cyclists, and automobiles. To maximize sun exposure, the façade’s structural glazing system has panels of fins where the number and density of such fins can be modified to create an efficient balance between active and passive solar. The active fins are cylindrical solar tubes that collect energy while also mediating solar heat gain in the interior spaces. In addition to the state-of-the-art trains and station facilities, a new park space will float above the rail station to connect Cleveland Convention Center to the Lake Front Station. ”The new hub will re-activate the flow of the entire Lake Front area and create a cohesive link to this dynamic site,” explained the architect.
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Project: Lakefront Station
Project Type: Competition, un-built
Location: Cleveland, OH
Architect: CERVER Design Studio
Lead Designer: Robert Cervellione