Slideshow: ‘Train Station in the Forest’ nears completion in China

(Courtesy of MAD Architects)(Courtesy of MAD Architects)Underground waiting hall (Courtesy of MAD Architects)(Courtesy of MAD Architects)Sunken courtyard. (Courtesy of MAD Architects)Commercial zone. (Courtesy of MAD Architects)Commercial zone. (Courtesy of MAD Architects)(Courtesy of MAD Architects)(Courtesy of MAD Architects)Construction site. (Courtesy of MAD Architects)

Beijing- and Los Angeles-based MAD Architects has unveiled the design of the new “Train Station in the Forest” complex for Jiaxing, China. The design is a departure from current bigger-is-better monumental design thinking around train stations in China, instead focusing on creating a harmony of architecture, fresh air, sunlight, and landscaping, according to

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