||||The station reclaims a clock and signage from the original building|On the concourse, a cedar-clad ceiling helps to soften the cavernous space|The once-exposed platforms are sheltered by a roof covered in photovoltaics||
14 May 2014

Team CS updates Rotterdam Centraal

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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