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The relocation of the old train station raises questions about the perception of place and the role of architecture in defining it. How do people connect to a space that has been physically transported and reassembled? How does the new location and its surroundings affect the meaning and function of the building? Exploring these questions can provide insight into the dynamic relationship between architecture, space, and human experience.



A set of architectural components are returning back to its original site.



We see a train station beyond its functionality, not just a location where trains stop but also where travelers expected to arrive, meet and dream. If there is an image of the space then it should allow more than one perspective, where travelers' discrete interpretations can all possibly be carried out.


The information flow on the site.

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Architecture on the facade.

The building is seen as a train wagon that has gained "spatial experience" during its travels, and as a result, has transcended its single meaning of functional space to become a spatial narration layered in multiple timelines.

The project seeks to explore the possibility of reconstructing the architecture in a performing time, responding to its own history of deconstruction in the past and the current flow of the site.

Thanks to my tutors, friends, family, and people who've helped me throughout this project.

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