Naples Central Subway Station
Naples Central Subway Station. Between Art, Architecture and Archaeology

The project, known as triple A or Art, Architecture and Archaeology, involves world-famous architects Norman Foster, Massimiliano Fuksas, Alvaro Siza, Domenique Perault, Karim Rashid and Benedetta Tagliabue, and aims to give a strong identity to the environment

In 2004, the City of Naples commissioned several internationally renowned architects to build a train station for the city's new subway system. The leitmotif of the project is to give a strongly recognizable identity to the environment in which it is located

Naples Central Subway Station

Thanks to this subway and railway station, new correlations are created between the natural volcanic soil of the city and the original design of the artificial site by Kenzo Tange dating back to the 1970s

Naples Central Subway Station

The new station with its underground connection will be responsible for the transformation of the artificial surface of the area into a complex topography, with several pedestrian levels and a building with an extraordinary structure. Several public spaces will provide a physical representation of the present and the past

Naples Central Subway Station

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