Stations

When designing functionally complex systems, such as railway stations or passenger terminals for transport infrastructure, in Italy or elsewhere, Italferr throws a contemporary light on architecture, viewing it as a masterful merging of functionality, durability and aesthetics.
Starting with a careful breakdown of the required working details of the projects, which take into account the client's and chief stakeholders' requests and any input provided by the transport study, Italferr endeavours to produce an architectural concept, drawing on the functional needs, local background and territorial constraints to produce an item of architecture.
This work is based on structural and plant engineering, followed by a second phase during which technical feasibility, cost-effectiveness and construction viability are assessed.

Underground Stations

Intense design efforts have been deployed for dimensioning underground stations, by analysing the design requirements relating to passenger comfort (for sizing of the service levels) and safety (for sizing the emergency exits and other technical facilities). These aspects are evaluated based on a dynamic model for incoming/outgoing flows, in both ordinary circumstances and emergency conditions.
All possible aspects (architecture, structure, installations) must be incorporated into the landscaping requirements for the infrastructure project and this kind of station design necessarily draws on a wide spectrum of specific expertise.

Browse through some pictures of important Railway Stations

High Speed Stations

High speed stations signal the advent of this burgeoning sector of railway architecture, acting as hubs of urban transformation and attracting a great deal of investment.

Stations and transport hubs abroad

These facilities bring a contemporary feel to their surroundings, based on the cultural heritage and suggestive qualities of the locations, with a rich and varied spectrum of architectural shapes and designs in constant evolution.