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‘Under the Cloud’ by Arthur Kupreychuk

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Project: ‘Under the Cloud’ Railway Station Proposal 
Designed by Arthur Kupreychuk
Location: Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine
Architect Arthur Kupreychuk has designed an interesting proposal called ‘Under the Cloud’ for passenger terminal building on railway station in Sevastopol, Ukraine. This building would have hanging air cloud-canopy floating above the same with structure similar to an airship one. 

Get familiar with the project after the jump:

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About the Project:

The shell is filled with helium. Guy lines make it stiff in the space. Aluminum frame consisting of longitudinal and transverse trusses makes the external form hard, the gas is inside a rigid framework in bags (cylinders) made of a gas-tight material, facing is made of fiberglass uniform panels. The passenger terminal building provides the simplest and shortest routes from the station square to the platform. Both of two main facades are made as display boards, for simplicity and clarity of orientation.

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