“built or arise from nature, congestion or leap in future, need or experience benign, mere transport or complete lifeline”
the ‘central park’ acts as the lungs of salt lake, replenishing the environment. the design envisages the heart of this precinct where the transport is the ‘bloodline’ (proverbial lifeline of the city).
the two main structures, comprising the metro station and bus terminus, are symbolic of the arteries from where the masses are pumped into the veins represented by bands of landscape, waterfront etc.
the building emerges from its own surroundings and submerges in the same like a parasitic structure that s itself into a hosting context. the roofs of the structure transform into ‘green plaza’ which directs the flow of people into the landscape.





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