Everything under one eco-roof
Buses, long-distance and local trains, taxis and shared mobility services are to become efficiently interlinked in a central location starting in 2025. Shopping opportunities, parks, wide bicycle and pedestrian paths enhance the quality of the travelers’ stay at the facility. At the same time, the design of the planners from the renowned architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) is focused on high energy efficiency.
The distinctly curved and partly greened roof will have solar cells that are supposed to cover up to 70 percent of the building’s annual energy demand. In addition, the mobility center will have a rainwater collection system and be kept at pleasant temperatures with energy-efficient floor heating and cooling systems. Skylights and ample glazing of the façade allow plenty of daylight to enter the building, thereby reducing electricity consumption.