Marlboro station feeds into the Sandton and Johannesburg CBD areas. The station consists of semi-open platforms as well as park and ride, bus, drop-off and short term facilities. The station is designed to make extensive use of natural ventilation.
The floating waveform roof over the concourse gives the architectural structure a sense of dynamism and is supported by large steel structural elements that are reminiscent of acacia trees. The tree structures suggest tranquillity and shelter.
|PROJECT NAME||Marlboro Station|
|LOCATION||Marlboro, South Africa|
|CLIENT||Bombela Concession Company, Airports Company South Africa (ACSA)|