Our Design at the Hungarian Museum of Transport

The Duna Express Peer concept was exhibited at the National Transport Museum
It was designed by Peter Molnar as a university project. 
His aim was to find solutions for the ever growing population's transportation issues. As a part of his thesis, he designed a lower peer incorporated into the ship lines in Budapest. 
He wrote about this enermous project:
 

I decided to design the ship station on the lower quay of Buda, rightnext to the square in Northern in the level of the upper quay. Thisway it saves space and doesn’t affect the view (of the building of theParliament) from Batthyány square. It is also easy to connect it withthe nearby METRO and “HÉV” (agglomeration train) lines; since thisplace is right over the underground station of both of these lines.


'I decided to design the ship station on the lower quay of Buda, right next to a main square on the level of the upper quay. This way it saves space and doesn’t affect the view (The Parliament is in front of the peer) from Batthyány square. It is also easy to connect it with the nearby METRO and “HÉV” (agglomeration train) lines; since this place is right over the underground station of both of these lines.
My main design goals and principals for creating the visual elements were sensibility, elegance, clarity, transparency and speed. I made a very craggy geometric yet  still organic concept, and I designed every part I could to fit into this image, trying to make an overall design: from handrails, to information terminals, entrance gates and information counter.'

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