Napoli Afragola Station by Zaha Hadid Architects

Napoli Afragola Station by Zaha Hadid Architects

June 12, 2017

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The impressive Napoli Afragola high speed rail station inaugurates first phase of completion.

The Napoli Afragola station connecting Bari and Reggio Calabria with the North of Italy, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.
Above, image credit Zaha Hadid Architects

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Image credit by Jacopo Spilimbergo

From Zaha Hadid Architects:

The new rail station at Napoli Afragola is designed as one of southern Italy’s key interchange stations serving four high speed inter-city lines, three inter-regional lines and a local commuter line.

Napoli Afragola Station by Zaha Hadid (6)

Image credit by Jacopo Spilimbergo



In addition to the planned high speed rail services connecting Bari and Reggio Calabria with the north of Italy and Europe, by 2022 new rail infrastructure will create an important hub at Napoli Afragola serving the entire Campania region by integrating the southern expansion of Italy’s high-speed rail network with the Napoli Cancello line and the Circumvesuviana commuter railway extension.

Napoli Afragola Station by Zaha Hadid (4)

Image credit by Jacopo Spilimbergo

Located at this major intersection, Napoli Afragola connects the 15 million residents of Campania, Puglia, Molise, Calabria and Sicily in southern Italy with the national rail network in the north and the rest of Europe. It also enables goods and passengers from Europe and northern Italy to access the southern ports of Gioia Tauro, Taranto, Bari, Brindisi, Palermo and Augusta.

Napoli Afragola Station by Zaha Hadid (3)

Image credit by Jacopo Spilimbergo

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Napoli Afragola Station by Zaha Hadid (1)

source Zaha Hadid Architects

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One Comment

  1. izmir beko servisi 2017/06/17 at 11:24 am - Reply

    magnificent beauty !
    🙂

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