There’s one thing we always take away from a space – an experience. Good, bad, totally neutral, their design and the way they’re brought to life affect our mood, they help or hinder us move through them, they provide amenity or perhaps they feel completely useless. One of the more complex and very often poorly executed spaces is that of the transportation hub. Stations are too often sad, too rarely exciting – they are vast and yet so often do nothing for a city unless you are coming or going.
In the pod today, architect Hiro Aso and experience masterplanner Adam Scott debate the joys and woes of these spaces around which we build the cities and towns we live in.