The striking appearance of Vienna’s underground stations can be traced back to the 1970s.

The panel cladding and clear colour guidance system were revolutionary for the time. This concept has now been taken and enhanced for the new U5 stations by the Viennese architecture firms YF Architekten and Franz Architekten.

The stations’ design has become more angular, with the width of the panels steadily narrowing in one direction – a symbol of acceleration.

Another new feature is the glass wall with sliding doors on the edge of the platform, a feature of fully automated operations.

Bewertung: Ø / 5. Anzahl Stimmen:

Bisher keine Bewertungen! Sei der Erste, der diesen Beitrag bewertet.

Close Menu

Welcome to the info-blog about the Vienna U-Bahn. This website uses cookies. more info

The cookie settings on this website are set to "Allow cookies" to provide the best browsing experience. If you use this website without changing the cookie settings or clicking "Accept", you agree.

close