Bus shelters provide a place for passengers to wait for buses and also act like a roof for them. We all know that buses are an important means of transportation and waiting for them is quite tiring, but if the seating arrangements and the infrastructure of the shelter are appropriate, the public can wait for the buses for a long time.
This innovative asylum by Dominic D’Andrea is with a modular system that can easily accommodate many people. It has pre-manufacturing panels so that its size can be changed easily. There is a space in both the corners for planting small plants to make it green and beautiful. This amazing concept is the proud recipient of a Northwest Design Invitational Gold and a Portland Design Collaborative Silver.