Train Station

Čeladná / Czech Rep. / 2011

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At the time when Anton Dachler, an architect of the Emperor Ferdinand North Railway construction office in Vienna, created his typified designs of railway dispatch buildings for towns lying on the Moravian-Silesian line some time at the end of the 19th century, he could not have anticipated, that the building of the train station at Čeladná will have to be demolished. The demolition took place in 2010 as a result of the bad technical state of the building and inadequate elevation ratios brought about by gradual changes to the vertical alignment of the track and the platform. As a result, we were given the opportunity to take on the challenge of designing a new building. The challenge was all the more interesting knowing that the will to assert traditional processes, traditional materials and the will to evoke a traditional atmosphere could be felt radiating from every pore.
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    At the time when Anton Dachler, an architect of the Emperor Ferdinand North Railway construction office in Vienna, created his typified designs of railway dispatch buildings for towns lying on the Moravian-Silesian line some time at the end of the 19th century, he could not have anticipated, that the building of the train station at Čeladná will have to be demolished. The demolition took place in 2010 as a result of the bad technical state of the building and inadequate elevation ratios brought...

    Project details
    • Year 2011
    • Work started in 2009
    • Work finished in 2011
    • Main structure Masonry
    • Client Railway Infrastructure Administration
    • Contractor GMP mix a.s.
    • Cost 461 500
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Railway Stations
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