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Gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects - 6

Gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects - 6

Image 6 of 27 from gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects. Photograph by Adam Mørk

Gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects - 2

Gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects - 2

Image 2 of 27 from gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects. Photograph by Adam Mørk

These sister stations feature similar roof forms consisting of uniquely-shaped glulam beams, supported by a playful interchange of steel and wood purlins, columns and struts. The structural roof covering is a thin 20-mm corrugated steel deck, site bent to follow the curved roof form. The station substructure consists primarily of concrete block and cast-in-place concrete construction.

These sister stations feature similar roof forms consisting of uniquely-shaped glulam beams, supported by a playful interchange of steel and wood purlins, columns and struts. The structural roof covering is a thin 20-mm corrugated steel deck, site bent to follow the curved roof form. The station substructure consists primarily of concrete block and cast-in-place concrete construction.

Gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects - 9

Gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects - 9

Image 9 of 27 from gallery of Värtaterminalen / C.F. Møller Architects. Photograph by Adam Mørk

Gallery - Cermak McCormick Place Station / Ross Barney Architects - 5

Gallery of Cermak McCormick Place Station / Ross Barney Architects - 5

This station features a novel roof system consisting of 64 identical pre-tensioned curved Timberstrand roof panels, supported by a simple structural steel frame. The panels measure 2.4 m x 5 m x 38 mm thick, and are bowed with stainless steel wires stretched over a cast steel spreader bar assembly. The mezzanine floor and at-grade floor consist of cast-in-place concrete on a steel pile foundation.

This station features a novel roof system consisting of 64 identical pre-tensioned curved Timberstrand roof panels, supported by a simple structural steel frame. The panels measure 2.4 m x 5 m x 38 mm thick, and are bowed with stainless steel wires stretched over a cast steel spreader bar assembly. The mezzanine floor and at-grade floor consist of cast-in-place concrete on a steel pile foundation.

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