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Taking inspiration from the surroundings we have designed a cafe and visitor centre built alongside Bennerley Viaduct as part of its reopening and restoration. Using contemporary materials with water jet cutting the cladding composed of Corten steel will reflect the existing via duct but in a contemporary way.
The structure comprises two enclosed sections which were made to resemble train carriages and is accompanied by an outside seating area with a lightly framed wooden canopy for shading, along with a newly built access road and ramp allowing easy access to the centre as well as the viaduct itself.

The site includes a bicycle hub and car park which was built with future expansion capabilities in mind. A contemporary and easily accessible site which should
help bring visitors to the viaduct.

Client: The Friends of Bennerley Viaduct




Bennerley Viaduct

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