A five-year renovation of London’s King’s Cross Station is now complete and the glorious new hub will formally open to the public on March 19th. Designed by John McAslan + Partners, the renovation was a three part project that included a re-use, a restoration and a new build. The train shed and range buildings were adapted and re-used, the station’s previously obscured Grade I listed façade has been delicately restored, and the new Western Concourse is the showcase of the project. The semi-circular concourse also features a 150 meter free spanning roof that floods the space with natural daylight. On top of all that, the £500m renovation included improved passenger circulation, a photovoltaic system, and new skylights for the train shed.
Click the pic to take a closer look inside.