The most beautiful bus stops around the world

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

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Most of us are used to seeing bus stops as small and inconspicuous, and some of us are also covered in rubbish and dirt. But the stops from this selection you would definitely never be able to pass by because these are not just places for waiting for transport, but real works of art…

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The most beautiful bus stops around the world

1. Bus station near Spaarne Hospital, Netherlands

This building is the largest building in the world made of artificial materials. The huge orange bus stop is constructed from Styrofoam and polyester plastic and measures 50 x 10 x 5m.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

2. From a distance, the shape of the bus stop is a bit like a huge orange whale.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

3. Bus stop in Slough, UK

This building, with its architecture, is intended to recall the local astronomer William Herschel, who discovered infrared radiation in 1800.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

4. The "wavy" design of this stop follows the different wavelengths of infrared radiation. While waiting for the bus, passengers can enjoy a walk under a special canopy, which constantly changes its appearance under different lighting conditions. Fiction!

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

5. The bus station in Preston, UK

This building has a practical and perfectionist design. By the way, this station is still one of the largest in Western Europe and can accommodate up to 1,100 cars and 80 double-decker buses.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

6. Bus stop in Stoke-on-Trent, UK

This is the central stop of the city, which was designed by Grimshaw in 2010. The design of such a stop turned out to be comfortable, concise, and pleasing to the eye. The stop was specially designed so that the flow of people and cars did not intersect and everyone could move freely.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

7. Bus stop in Guimarães, Portugal

This bus stop in the Portuguese city was also designed to relieve the flow of people and cars and solve the logistical problem that existed at the time of construction.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

8. The stop is able to fit 96 buses, and its design and chic glass walls fit perfectly into the city's environment and let in light during the day.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

9. Bus stop "Branden", Austria

Of course, this stop is unlikely to fulfill its main function and protect passengers from rain and bad weather, but its appearance is truly mesmerizing. The design of the stop resembles a real forest of thin "trunks" that support the stairs to the top.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

10. Bus stop in Norwich, UK

This bus stop was designed by Michael Spicer and is shaped like a leaf that literally covers a large area. In addition, when developing this design, the engineers also took care of natural ventilation and an excess of daylight, which is no less important!

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

11. Poppenbüttel bus station, Germany

Of course, this is not exactly a stop, but rather a station, but its design is also unique, which is why it ended up in this collection. The main goal of this building is to reflect the concept of the ship, and it seems that the planners and designers succeeded in this!

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

12. This is what the station looks like from the inside. This station has parking for eight buses and a waiting room.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

13. Bus stop in Krumbach, Austria

This stop reflected the main occupation of the area. Stacked oak boards perfectly demonstrate the work of local sawmills.

The most beautiful bus stops around the world

14. Bus stop in Gagra, Abkhazia

This stop is perhaps the most luxurious and unusual of all. It is built in the shape of a shell, lined with bright Gaudí mosaics. The stop, designed by Zurab Tsereteli, is located on the road to Abkhazia.

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