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Zaha Hadid Architects: Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal

Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render by negativ.com
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects has revealed visuals for a multimodal Ülemiste terminal in Tallinn, Estonia, which will form part of the Rail Baltica high-speed rail network.
 
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in collaboration with local studio Esplan, the Ülemiste terminal will be the starting point for Rail Baltica – 870 km electrified railway from Tallinn in Estonia to the Lithuanian-Polish border. The terminal will be the starting point of the Rail Baltic line connecting Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius with the European high-speed rail network.
 
Zaha Hadid Architects (UK) working with Esplan (Estonia) have been awarded first place in the design competition for the new terminal of the Rail Baltic railway at Ülemiste, Tallinn.
 
The Ülemiste terminal is designed as a connecting public bridge used by the local community as well as multi-modal transport hub for commuters, national and international rail passengers in addition to air travelers using the adjacent Tallinn airport.
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render by negativ.com. The proposal imagines the station as a giant sinuous bridge, snaking perpendicularly to the railway tracks and gradually twisting 45 degrees at its centre
 
 
Circulation routes through the building have determined the station's spatial geometry to aid navigation and the smooth integration of bus, tram and rail lines that intersect at the terminus.
 
Incorporating a modular structural system built in phases to enable ongoing operations on the rail lines throughout construction, the station has been designed and planned to BREEAM benchmarks and guidelines.
 
 

Project credits:

  • Client: Rail Baltica Estonia
  • Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
  • Design: Patrik Schumacher
  • ZHA director: Gianluca Racana
  • ZHA project directors: Ludovico Lombardi, Michele Salvi
  • ZHA design team: Luciano Letteriello, Kate Revyakina, Serra Pakalin, Yuzhi Xu, Anthony Awanis, Hendrik Rupp, Davide del Giudice
  • Local executive architect: Esplan
 
 
«I have been constantly informed about the developments in the Ülemiste area and in light of the works presented to the public today, I am more than convinced that the area is becoming one of the most attractive and, in terms of infrastructure, synergistic in Tallinn. A true multi-modal transport hub is emerging, with rail, bus and air traffic coming together there in the future,» said Taavi Aas, Estonia’s Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure.
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render by negativ.com
 
 
Rail Baltic Estonia announced the international design competition for the terminal station in Ülemiste in May 2019. The competition ended on September 3.
 
The nine-member jury included Rail Baltic Estonia manager Riia Sillave, Pro Kapital Eesti AS board member Allan Remmelkoor, Estonian Railways development manager Andrus Noor and member of the supervisory board of Mainor Ulemiste Andrus Kaldalu. Architects on the jury included former chief architect of Tallinn Endrik Mand and the author of the structural plan for the Ulemiste area, Mattias Agabus, Janis Dripe, former Latvian minister of culture, and Danish architects Jesper Gottlieb and Thomas Grave-Larsen.
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render by ZOA Studio
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render by ZOA Studio
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render by negativ.com
 
 
While the project's expected completion is undisclosed, Zaha Hadid Architects has proposed a modular structural system so the terminal can be built in phases – preventing disruption to the existing rail lines.
 
Rail Baltica is projected to reach completion by 2026. In 2016, Danish practices PLH Arkitekter and COWI also won a competition to overhaul and expand the main railway station in Riga, Latvia to host its services.
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. By Zaha Hadid Architects
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. By Zaha Hadid Architects
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. By Zaha Hadid Architects
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. By Zaha Hadid Architects
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects. Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. Render
Rail Baltic Ülemiste terminal. 2019. By Zaha Hadid Architects
 
 
Zaha Hadid Architects was founded in 1980 by the late architect Zaha Hadid, and today it is headed by Patrik Schumacher. Elsewhere in Estonia, the studio is also developing the Port of Tallinn masterplan, for which it won a competition in 2017.
 

 

Visuals are by zaha-hadid.com unless stated.
 
 

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