b210 is an architecture office with a think tank approach to everyday spatial challenges. We believe that positive change in the built environment is driven by a smart design process where architectural ideas are as important as methods of developing them. We like to design ways of thinking as much as physical spaces.

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Rail Baltic Pärnu passenger terminal

Rail Baltic Pärnu passenger terminal competition II prize, designed together with Mikk Meelak, Kalle Komissarov and Lenka Juchelková.


The future Pärnu Rail Baltic Terminal is planned on the edge of the town. Our proposal situates the terminal building in a park between Pärnu river and a busy highway.  The train platforms are covered with a 400-meter-long roof that is connected to the terminal building at one end. Together with the roof the building creates a visible landmark, so that the relatively small terminal gains a body that is recognisable when approached from different directions around the town.




Visitors who enter the terminal are first welcomed by the surrounding nature that is present in the waiting hall via a big window facing the river.

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The passanger hall and supporting services are on the ground floor.

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The waiting hall is connected to the platforms through an underground tunnel.


25. septembrist 2013 24. septembrini 2014 aitas OÜ-l b210 põhivara ja rakendustarkvara soetada Ettevõtluse Arendamise Sihtasutuse alustava ettevõtja starditoetuse programm.