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Bus Station Of The Future Lets Riders Buy Snacks, Recharge Phone [Pics]

Bus Station Of The Future Lets Riders Buy Snacks, Recharge Phone [Pics]
Design

Marc Aurel's 'Station Diderot' project is a public transit shelter that makes life easier by providing lots of services in one place.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 june 2012

Station Diderot is an experimental bus station project by designer Marc Aurel at Boulevard Diderot in Paris. This multi-purpose space provides an idea of what bus stations of the future could look like. The public transit shelter is no longer just dedicated to waiting for a bus, it offers lots of other services too and promotes social interaction.

Station Diderot is a place of social innovation in the provision of services. It allows people to have a coffee while they’re waiting, borrow a book, listen to music, recharge their phone, purchase food to take away, buy a bus ticket, get information about the neighborhood, and rent a bike. It also features an adaptive and energizing light that is regulated both day and night.

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Station Diderot

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