A strong identity, coherence between the characteristic areas, easy wayfinding and recreational value were our main goals. Our proposal places the station as a destination in between the park, waterfront and cityscape. The station pavilions and new square form the missing link between the Kungspark, the Haga Church park, the waterfront and the city, utilizing and joining the recreational qualities of each area. The new structures face different directions, and independently of the direction
from where you arrive at the station area, you are greeted by the organic wooden structures.
The station pavilion at Pusterviks Square is facing the waterfront and the historic fish market on the opposite side, establishing a visual connection across the water channel. Pusterviks square is revived as an urban gathering place by the waterside. The second pavilion is an extension of the historic park and addresses the park and city side.