Architects: Estudio Lamela
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Design Team: Pierluca Roccheggiani, Piotr Krajewski, Maja Checinska, Sonia Proszynska-Rzadca, Marek Gliniewicz, Marzena Prachnio, Alessandro Mattei, Gabriel Fortes Cala, Grzegorz Skowronski, Barbara Malinowska-Pohoryles, Adam Kulikowski
Main Designer: Carlos Lamela y de Vargas
Area: 28000.0 sqm
Photographs: Bartosz Makowski
From the architect. Metro Line II is the most important investment of polish capital in recent years. It will connect Brodno with Bemowo, Stadion Narodowy (National Stadium) station is immediately adapted to connect with the planned line to Gocław (M3). The central section, inaugurated in 2015, with the tunnel at a depth of 8 m below the bottom of the Vistula connects right and left-bank part of Warsaw, significantly improving communication around the city.
The concept designer is a consortium of B.P. Metroprojekt and AMC – Andrzej M. Chołdzyński, the responsible for the appearance of platforms is an author of distinctive mosaics arranged in the name of each station
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